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Lesson 1 Example 1 Convert the gas constant R from its value expressed in units of L.atm.mol -1 .K -1 to its equivalent value in units of ft 3 .psi.lbmol -1 . o R - 1 1
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Lesson 1 Example 2 To determine the volume of an irregularly shaped glass vessel, the vessel is weighted empty (121.3 g) and when filled with carbon tetrachloride (283.2 g). What is the volume of the vessel, in cubic inches, given that 1 litre of carbon tetrachloride weights 3.51 lb? 2
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Lesson 1 Example 3 A North American car gives a mileage of 20 miles/gallon (US). Express this mileage in Acre –1 . 3
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Unformatted text preview: The linear coefficient of thermal expansion increases as temperature increases. For aluminum bronze at 20 o C the value is 17(10 –4 ) cm m –1 K –1 . What is the value of this linear coefficient of expansion expressed in terms of the units in ft –1 o F –1 ? 4 Lesson 1 Example 5 A flat surface forms part of the interface (boundary) between the “system” and the surroundings. Energy is transferred at the rate of 2.93 (10 8 ) ergs cm –2 s –1 . Express this energy transfer rate in the units Btu ft –2 hr –1 . 5...
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