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ID Number: _____ _____ - _____ _____ _____ _____ (LAST six digits only!) November 14, 2002 Page 1. (10 pts) Page 2. (23 pts) Page 3. (16 pts) Page 4. (22 pts) Page 5. (13 pts) Page 6. (16 pts) Bonus: (01 pts) Total: (100 pts) Bonus (1 point): What holiday do we celebrate at the end of this month? Hint… Doc likes sandwiches made with leftover turkey made the following way… Bread, turkey, turkey, bread, turkey, turkey, bread…
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Page 1 out of 7 Exam IV /Fall 2002 ID Number: _____ _____ - _____ _____ _____ _____ (LAST six digits only!) 1. In the derivation of W = - n R T ln (V 2 /V 1 ), we went in one particular step from… W = P ext dV to… W = P gas dV In order to do this, we assumed that _________________________________. (02 pts) 2. In that same derivation, we went in another step from… W = P gas dV to… W = n R T V dV In order to do this, we assumed that _________________________________. (02 pts) 3. Finally, in that same derivation, we went from… W = n R T V dV to… W = n R T dV V In order to do this, we assumed that __________________________________. (02 pts) Questions 4-8 are true false questions. (02 pts each) 4. The reversible, isothermal work of expansion for a Vander Waals gas can be determined with the following equation: W = - nRT ln (V 2 /V 1 ). 5.
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