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Unformatted text preview: Name: Physics H133 (Spring, 2011): Quiz #7
Full credit 2 10 points
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pV : NkBT Km 2 E1c,ng vrms : 5 U 2120—le311 T = (273.16 K) PW) AU : Q+W (1W 2 —PdV PW = const. dU = mch NA = 6x1023 k3 = 1.38x10"23 J/K 1. (2 pts.) If the average speed of molecules in a container triples while the volume and number of molecules stay the same, the average pressure on the container walls will A. remain the same 1 3‘ ,ﬁ
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them. Room A is warmer than B. Assume the door has been open long enough that the
pressure has equalized between the rooms (this typically happens very quickly) but not the temperature. Which room has the greater number of molecules? A. Room A i = «
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C. Both have the same number y: Nﬁgg ‘ 9 p C NEKQB
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Vassar: are“ Bag ‘85- WORM my \ 35 Vﬁr JFK): V 3. (2 pts.) Imagine we add 12.5 J of energy to 1 mole of a certain type of gas, and its temperature
increases by 1K. If this experiment occurred at room temperature, what can we likely say about the gas molecules? monatornic ADV?
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C. polyatomic N D. Not enough information is provided 99 w * (.5 Show your work! N Au \ _\ k \ 5w : sad
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EV r“ ~>~ Own“ y \xﬁj‘rgy ()1 [/7 V1 4. (3 pts.) Consider the P i V diagram shown below with a gas process starting at A and going
to B. It is moving along a line of constant temperature. Describe the behaviour of each of
AU, Q, and W while going from A to B as = O, > O or < O and state whether heat and work are ﬂowing in or out of the system, Justify your answers. ...
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course H 133 taught by Professor Furnstahl during the Spring '11 term at Ohio State.
- Spring '11
- Quantum Physics