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Temperature •highly polar molecules will reduce the size of the electric field •Heat flows from hotter object to colder object •↑temperature ↑velocity of molecules ↑KE Expansion •potential diff.: change in potential when moving across membrane •↑strain (thermal stress),↑temp water↓density •polar mol. create own electric field, induced field= random alignment •Thin walls= ΔT is quick=cracks b/c build up of stress •Mechanical Stress=not able to contract/expand in ΔT •diffusion occurs when you have a concentration gradient, voltage pumps reestablish •Internal Energy: sum different energy atom can have charge of the two membranes does not include translational or rotational KE Thermodynamics •S L V:absorb energy, V
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course PHYS 127 taught by Professor Hamilton during the Spring '08 term at UConn.

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