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Unformatted text preview: Constants R= 8.21E-02 liter atm/mole K Input Variables 4.00E+02 g 2.80E+01 g/mol number of moles given= 1.43E+01 mol size of container= 7.00E+00 L Temperature (C) Pressure (atm) (c) 2.20E+01 4.94E+01 3.70E+01 5.19E+01 given amount of N 2 = molecular weight of N 2 = BME 101: Introduction to Biomedical Engineering Recitation Assignment #1: Part 3 Newton's Law of Gravitation The masses of the starting radius and the radius increment are used as the input variables for the calculation of gravitational force amongst two masses with the use of Newton's Gravitation Law. PV = nRT Constants R= 8.21E-02 liter atm/mole K Input Variables 3.00E+02 g 3.20E+01 g/mol number of moles given= 9.38E+00 mol size of container= 1.00E+01 L Temperature (C) Pressure (atm) (d) 1.80E+01 2.24E+01 3.70E+01 2.38E+01 given amount of O 2 = molecular weight of O 2 =...
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course BME 101 taught by Professor Dalecki during the Fall '08 term at Rochester.
- Fall '08
- Biomedical Engineering