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Physics 9B Final Exam Study Sheet The final exam will be comprehensive. 34% will cover material from this review sheet. You should spend half your time understanding the theory and half working problems. The problems are a very important part of preparing for an exam. The exam will involve thinking NOT MEMORIZATION; therefore, you should get a good night's sleep before the exam and come prepared to think. CRAMMING WILL NOT HELP . Chapter 17 Define or state: a) temperature and pressure. b) Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin scales. c) absolute temperature. d) heat, specific heat and heat capacity. e) calorimeter. f convection, conduction, radiation. g) coefficients of thermal conductivity. i) temperature gradient. k) Stephan-Boltzmann law. l) emissivity Know and understand: 1) why the inside diameter of a hole in an object expands when the temperature is raised. 2) how heat is transferred between systems. 3) what happens during a phase transition. How to find the heat absorbed or given off. Why doesn't this heat depend on temperature? 4) conduction, convection, radiation and know what role each plays. 5) how to calculate the heat flux when there is a non-uniform temperature gradient Chapter 18 Define or state: a) Ideal Gas Law. b) Kinetic theory conditions for an ideal gas. c) equation of state.
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2009 for the course PHY 9B taught by Professor Cheng during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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