QUIZ September 26th

QUIZ September 26th - i , to the same final pressure P f...

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Name or UFID:_____________________________ Wednesday September 26th QUIZ 3 (10 points) Read each statement in the table below and decide whether the statement is true or false. Indicate your answer by a check mark in the appropriate column next to the statement. True False 1. For an ideal gas, any work done by the gas during an isothermal process must be balanced exactly by an equivalent amount of heat supplied to the system. 2. Argon and oxygen both behave like ideal gases at room temperature. In separate experiments, each gas expands adiabatically from the same initial temperature, T i = 15 o C, pressure P i and volume V
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Unformatted text preview: i , to the same final pressure P f and volume V f . Since both gases are ideal, they must do exactly the same amount of work in the two experiments. √ 3. Argon and oxygen both behave like ideal gases at room temperature. In separate experiments, each gas expands isothermally from the same initial temperature, T i = 15 o C, pressure P i and volume V i , to the same final pressure P f and volume V f . Since both gases are ideal, they must do exactly the same amount of work in the two experiments. √ 4. The differential enthalpy dh is exact. √ 5. For an ideal gas, the minimum value γ can have is 1.67. √...
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