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Physics 7A DLM 13 Overview CG 3.3 Modes and Equipartition Review and or Finish CG 3.3 Activities (NO NEW ACTIVITY SHEET) Act-3.3.1 Modes and Equipartition (~20 min) Act-3.3.2 Using Modes to Interpret Data (~20 min) CG 3.4 Analyzing Behavior of Real Substances Act-3.4.1 Using the Particle Model of Thermal Energy to Understand the Learning Goals Microscopic Basis of Heat Capacity (~40 min) Be able to determine heat capacity using a graph of energy vs. temperature. Really understand the connection between heat capacity, modes, and the particle model of thermal energy. Act-3.4.2 Making Sense of Heat Capacity Data (Finish as FNT) (~40 min) Learning Goals Recognize and be able to explain trends in constant-volume molar heat capacities (solids and monatomic, diatomic, and triatomic gases). Know that some modes are only activated at high temperatures. Be able to explain the effect of activating additional modes on the heat capacity of a substance. Text Reading Assignment: Read up through page 80 of Chapter 4 of the text.
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Physics 7A Exit Handout DLM 13 FNTs 3.4-1) (Re-read about modes and the Particle Model of Thermal Energy in Section 3-5 of your text.) The graph in section 3-2 of your text displays graphical information about the constant volume
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