Studia Humanitatis: The Influence of Humanism in the Renaissance
If one were to gaze upon the statue of David by Michelangelo (1475-1564), they
would notice the high esteem in which the human body was portrayed. The sculpture
almost appears to be a person
1st Law of Thermodynamics
In the table below, each line represents one possible thermodynamic
process. Use the 1 law to fill in the missing values. Then answer the
questions below the table.
In general the rows must follow the equation Eint=Q+W
Two 0.3 m long metal bars, one made of aluminum and the other made of
gold, both start
at a temperature of 20 C and are heated to a temperature of 25 C
(of aluminum = 23.8E-6 1/C; of gold = 14.2E-6 1/C).
Which of the
Charge Density and Electric Fields
Think carefully about the following situations and then answer the questions.
1) Match the measurements of a charge density to the correct type of charge density.
_ linear charge density a) +3.2e-3 C/m2 area
_ volume cha
1a) Determine the capacitance of a bakelite-filled parallel-plate capacitor
having a plate
area of 1.90 cm2 and insulation thickness of 0.0300 mm. (for bakelite =
C=2.75 E10 F 0.275 nF
or 275 pF
Heating Curves Extended Example:
Consider 2.00 kg of water that starts at 60.0 C
Describe what will happen if you add 1 million Joule of heat to the water.
c=4186 J /(kgC)
=(2.0 kg)(4186 J /(kgC )(100