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Knight_ch16 - Chapter 16 The pressure in a system is...

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Chapter 16
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The pressure in a system is measured to be 60 kPa. At a later time the pressure is 40 kPa. The value of ∆p is 1. –40 kPa. 2. –20 kPa. 3. 0 kPa. 4. 20 kPa. 5. 40 kPa.
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The pressure in a system is measured to be 60 kPa. At a later time the pressure is 40 kPa. The value of ∆p is 1. –40 kPa. 2. –20 kPa. 3. 0 kPa. 4. 20 kPa. 5. 40 kPa.
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Which system contains more atoms: 5 mol of helium ( A = 4) or 1 mol of neon ( A = 20)? 1. Helium. 2. Neon. 3. They have the same number of atoms.
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Which system contains more atoms: 5 mol of helium ( A = 4) or 1 mol of neon ( A = 20)? 1. Helium. 2. Neon. 3. They have the same number of atoms.
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The temperature of a glass of water increases from 20°C to 30°C. What is ∆ T ? 1. 303 K 2. 293 K 3. 283 K 4. 10 K
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The temperature of a glass of water increases from 20°C to 30°C. What is ∆ T ? 1. 303 K 2. 293 K 3. 283 K 4. 10 K
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higher than a melting temperature? 1. Carbon dioxide
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