lecture 4 - thermal expansion, ideal gas law

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Announcements 1/12/10 Prayer Extra-credit lecture, “The Physics of Bicycles”, right after  class today, 2 pm, 455 MARB. If you attend, turn in 1-page  (max) summary to get extra credit points. I won’t have office hours today. For HW problem 4-9 (extra credit), you need the bulk  modulus of copper. You should get that from Chapter 12 of  your book (if you don’t have that chapter, there are some  books available in the Tutorial Lab). I’m not following books order for Chapters 20-22. Be sure  to look at syllabus.  Don’t forget to turn in work for ALL homework problems (1+x) n    1 + nx
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Reading quiz (graded): Which two temperature scales have the same  sized intervals, varying only in their choice of  the zero point? a. Fahrenheit and Celsius b. Fahrenheit and Kelvin c. Kelvin and Celsius d. Kelvin and BTU e. Fahrenheit and Pentatonic 
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Temperature Temperature scales What’s a thermometer?
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Liquid bulb thermometer Constant volume thermometer
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