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1. At Iotar pressures the virial equation of state can be mitten as:
Pwar = 1 + err-var) + (CIEXPERT):
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(b) From part (a) develop an expression for enthalpy
2. Calculate
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Test 1 UPl Fall 2011
Test Problem 1.1 [3 pt(s Lets think back to some of the data analysis we have done in lab. Systematic
error: (Remember to always choose the best answer on a multiple choice question.)
Select One of the Following:
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Solution for Practice Test 1 for Test 1
Solution to Practice Test Problem 9.7(Motion diagrams)
Problem: Lets think back to some of the data analysis we have done in lab.
(a)Given the theoretical line below, sketch in how you would expect the data to look
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Two components A and B are known to form an ideal solution (i.e. Raoult's law).
A vapor mixture containing 50 mole percent A and 50 mole percent B is initially
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Practice Test 1 for Test 1
Practice Test Problem 1.1 The figure shows an objects position, in meters, as a function of time, in seconds.
(a)[2 pt(s)
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Practice Test 1 for Test 1
Practice Test Problem 1.1 The figure shows an objects position, in meters, as a function of time, in seconds.
(a)[2 pt(s)
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Practice Test 3 for Test 2
Practice Test Problem 3.1 Two snow petrels are playing on an icy pond (you know eventually they are going
to run into each other, right?). Below is an x t graph of a collision between the two birds. One bird has a
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Open-Response Homework 10 Reference Frames problems
Open-Response Homework Problem 10.1 This question will demonstrate how knowledge of physics can keep
you from doing something harmful and stupid. Once upon a time, on the way to a youth ca
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Open-Response Homework 6 Acceleration, Inertia, Momentum problems
Open-Response Homework Problem 6.1 Consider the following frictionless system (note that frictionless means the ball
will slide, not roll, which is good since we dont know ho
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Open-Response Homework 4 Accelerated motion problems
Open-Response Homework Problem 4.1 For the following velocity graph, velocity is in m/s and time is in s. For the interval
t = 2s to t = 5s, find
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Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 6.1(Incline Acceleration)
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Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 4.1(Child and Trampoline, Which Acceleration Graph, Plot Velocity)
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