100308 - Definitions y Energy- the capacity to do work, or...

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What would happen to the average kinetic energy of a gas sample if the temperature was increased from 20 to 40 o C? It would double I t w o u ld in c re a s e It w ul d cr ase t wo beco m e h lf . .. Two f t he 17% 51% 29% 2% 2% 1. It would double 2. It would increase 3. It would decrease 4. It would become half its value 5. Two of these
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Real Gases: van der Waals Equation
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Real Gases: van der Waals Equation y Corrects for volume of gas molecules and molecular interactions
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Real Gases: van der Waals Equation y Use the van der Waals equation and the ideal gas equation to calculate the pressure exerted by 1.000 mol of Cl 2 in a volume of 5.000 L at a temperature of 273.0 K.
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Zumdahl Chapter 6 THERMOCHEMISTRY
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Law of Conservation of Energy y Energy can be converted from one form to another but can neither be created nor destroyed
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Unformatted text preview: Definitions y Energy- the capacity to do work, or to produce heat y Kinetic Energy- energy of movement y Potential Energy- energy stored in a system by way of position and or composition Kinetic vs Potential Energy Definitions y Extensive- value depends on amount of substance: { n, V, E, mass y Intensive- value is independent of amount of substance { T, density y State Function- a property whose value does not depend on the path, only on the initial and final points Definitions y Potential energy of chemical systems- chemical reactions either produce or consume heat y Thermodynamics- study of energy and its relationship to the universe y System- the part of the universe we are interested in y Surroundings- everything else in the universe y Universe- the system + the surroundings...
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