Chem452_HW2-1 - Chem 452 HW 2 Winter 2011 CHEM 452 Homework...

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Chem 452 ± HW 2 Winter 2011 CHEM 452 – Homework 2 x Due at 5 PM, Wednesday, January 12 in the CHEM 452 mailbox on the third floor of Bagley Hall in front of the study center. x No late homework will be accepted on this or future homework sets. x This homework is worth a total of 10 points. x Please box your answers. x This is a long problem set so get started early. x Please give all answers in SI units. 1. Text, Chapter 1, Problem P1.11 2. Text, Chapter 1, Problem P1.15 3. Text, Chapter 1, Problem P1.26 4. (a) In class, we discussed the effects on the properties of systems under a gravitational force. In particular, we talked about the effects of gravity on pressure. dP gdz U ± , where is density and g is the acceleration due to Earth²s gravitational field. Show how we can solve this equation for an ideal gas to yield the change in pressure from an initial value to a final value i P f P at the altitudes and i z f z respectively. The expression you get relates the distribution of gas molecules in the atmosphere as a
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2011 for the course CHEM 452 taught by Professor Khalil during the Summer '08 term at University of Washington.

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Chem452_HW2-1 - Chem 452 HW 2 Winter 2011 CHEM 452 Homework...

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