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Chapter 16: Macroscopic Description of Matter Stop to think 16.2 page 485 Stop to think 16.3 page 487 Stop to think 16.5 page 494 Stop to think 16.6 page 498 Stop to think 16.7 page 498 Example 16.2 page 485 Example 16.3 page 492 Example 16.6 page 495 Example 16.10 page 498
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Chapter 16: Macroscopic Description of Matter Temperature: T is related to a system’s thermal energy. Temperature scale: 1) Celsius C : The world most common temperature scale As the old centigrade scale, has 100 degree between melting point and boiling point of water, taken to occur 0 and 100 degrees, respectively. 2) Kelvin K : Temperature is measured as thermal energy of system. Takes its zero to be absolute zero. 3) Fahrenheit F: used primarily in US 273 k c T T = + 9 32 5 F c T T = +
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Solids, Liquids and Gases Solid: a rigid macroscopic system with a definite shape and volume. An atom is not free to move around inside the solid: Solids are nearly incompressible. Liquid: Liquid flows and deform to fit the shape of its
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