problem20_35

University Physics with Modern Physics with Mastering Physics (11th Edition)

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20.35: a) No; the velocity distribution is a function of the mass of the particles, the number of particles and the temperature, none of which change during the isothermal expansion. b) As in Example 20.11, 2 3 1 1 w w N = (the volume has increased, and 1 2 w
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Unformatted text preview: w < ); and ln(3), ) (3 ln ) ln( 1 2 N w w N = = K. J 18.3 ln(3) ) 3 ln( ln(3) = = = = nR knN kN S A c) As in Example 20.8, ( 29 ln(3), ln 1 2 nR V V nR S = = the same as the expression used in part (b), and K. J 3 . 18 = S...
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