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CH 353, Vanden Bout, Summer 2008
Chapter 1
D1.3, E1.2a, E1.13a, E1.18a, E1.22a (is the gas dominated by attractive or
repulsive forces?), N1.23
Chapter 2
D2.3, E2.2a, E2.7a, E2.16a, E2.22a, E2.27a, N2.1, N2.5
1.
Stuff with units
It is useful to be able to simply unit conversions and think about units.
In that vain,
answer the following.
You may need the book or other resources to answer these
questions.
A.
What is the ideal gas constant in units of galpsi mol
1
K
1
?
2.
How much energy is that?
Find the answer to each in Joules.
A.
Potential energy change in dropping a 50 kg mass 1 meter?
B.
Energy from burning one gram of carbon.
Complete oxidation of carbon to carbon
dioxide releases 393 kJ mol
1
of carbon burned.
C.
Energy in a Double Whopper™ with Cheese Value Meal (this includes a Kingsize
fries and a medium CocaCola®) from Burger King™.
This meal will provide you with
1840 Calories
*
. (note: dietary Calories are really a kcal).
D.
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 Summer '08
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