Chapter 19 Review
4. When the following redox equation is balanced with smallest whole number
coefficients, the coefficient for zinc will be _.
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A. causes the surroundings to get colder.
B. bursts into flame.
C. requires a spark to initiate it.
D. releases heat to the surroundings.
9. Which statement is correct?
Chapter 20 Review
1. Alpha particles are identical to:
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C. hydrogen atoms.
D. helium nuclei.
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Evidence: The formation of shadows provides evidence that this is the case.
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Greek philosopher Democritus coins the term
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A block of mass m = 2kg is pulled by a force F = 40 N upwards through
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1.1.1 The First Law of Thermodynamics:
1.1.2 The Second Law of Thermodynamics
1.1.3 Third Law of Thermodynamics
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May 21, 2009
Consider a homogeneous mixture of inert monoatomic ideal gas at absolute
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Conservation of Information, Energy, Entropy, and
Statistical mechanics of often thought of as the theory of how atoms combine to form
gases, liquids, solids, and even plasmas
Statistical mechanicsis a branch of physics
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