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Unformatted text preview: 3. Two substances, one a gas and the other a liquid, are initially at the same temperature, but are contained in two sepa-rate, rigid, thermally insulated containers. If 1.7 kJ of energy is added to each container, will the change in the ther-mal energy for the gas be greater than, equal to or less than the change in Eth for the liquid? The addition of this en-ergy does not cause a phase change in either substance. If you think you don’t have sufficient information to answer, what specific additional information would you need? 7A 2C Quiz 7 DL Sec. ____ Name ________________________ __________________ last first Formulas: Eth/mode = (1/2)k B T; C = Q/ Δ T = (1/2)k B (#modes)(#atoms); k B = 1.38 x 10-23 J/K...
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- Winter '10
- Energy, Binary relation, Fundamental physics concepts, DL Sec.