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Unformatted text preview: 1 Chapter 16: Temperature and the kinetic theory of gases ) ( 32 5 9 F T T C F + = ), ( 15 . 273 K T T C + = , T L L i = , T A A i = , T V V i = ) 3 , 2 ( = = , RT M nRT PV = = ). ( 2 2 2 1 1 1 fixed is n if T V P T V P = , 3 2 2 1 3 2 2 K V N m V N P = = T k K B 2 3 = , 60 . 1 8 m T k m T k B B = . 73 . 1 3 2 m T k m T k B B = T k m B B e T k m N f 2 2 2 3 2 2 4 ) ( - = Outline ---- 1. Temperature, thermometer and thermal expansion: --- 1) temperature K : concept and units --- 2) thermometer:--- 3) thermal expansion: 2. Ideal gas: (M ---mass of the gas, ---molar mass of the gas molecule) *3. Kinetic theory of gases: --- 1) the origin for pressure P : --- 2) the true meaning of temperature T : --- 3) speed distribution f ( ) : ( m 0 --- mass of a molecule, m = /N , = molar mass, N 0 = 6.023 10 23...
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