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# Lec15-203-11-thermor - Q(quant Q(quant)Ccond T Qinto Wby U Wby PV For IG U T cfw CP CV R Equipartition of energy theorem RT |deg freedom 2 W e QH

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P V = N k T P V = n R T 0 S  cond Q (quant.)C T into by Q W U     2 deg. freedom RT | PV C C R  Q (quant.) H W e Q 1 L H T e T  Equipartition of energy theorem by W P V   For IG 15/16-0 { U T  

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15/16-1 Background Info.
15/16-1a

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V i V f T i T f = Charles’s Law Boyle’s Law P i V i = P f V f If the number of gas molecules is constant, nothing added or subtracted, then: (for constant Temperature) (for constant Pressure) P V T V P V = N k T Boyle’s and Charles’s Laws (IG Law special cases) constant 1 P [NkT] V constant 300 TK 100 K Nk V T[ ] P constant high P low P 15/16-2
into by ΔQ = ΔW +ΔE 1 st Law of Thermodynamics (Energy conservation) Thermodynamics 15/16-3

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15/16-4 For ideal gas
15/16-5 V=const. Heat goes into just change in internal energy !!! P=const. Heat is divided between internal energy and work done !!! So summarizing this and previous page

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gen Q W U P V U N C T T T      gen P V U NC T   0 if V  V U NC T We will see later that for an ideal gas U=U(T) only.
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## This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course PHY 1020 taught by Professor Kodera during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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Lec15-203-11-thermor - Q(quant Q(quant)Ccond T Qinto Wby U Wby PV For IG U T cfw CP CV R Equipartition of energy theorem RT |deg freedom 2 W e QH

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