EAS 3603 Worksheet 2, Atmospheric and Ocean Structure, Gas Laws
1. What is the average lapse rate in the troposphere?
2. What is the average temperature at the Earth's surface?
3. What is a typical temperature at the tropopause?
4. How does ozone in the s

Exam I EAS3603 2010
Name_
Closed book. State your assumptions and justify your answers. Work by yourself.
1. (2 points) About how many meters deep does one need to go in the ocean to
experience an increase in pressure of 1 atmosphere?
2. (4 points) The co

2. Basic Concepts of Thermodynamics
2.1 Thermodynamic system
A specified collection of matter is called a system,
which is defined by the mass and the composition.
a. Open system: mass is exchanged with its
surroundings;
b. Closed system: NO mass is excha

EAS 3603 Worksheet 7 Adiabatic Processes, Hess Law
1. Being an expert on the reversible adiabatic expansion of ideal gases, derive a relation
directly relating initial and final temperatures, initial and final pressures and the term . Hint:
Start with (P2

State function
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In thermodynamics, a state function or function of state is a function dened for a system relating several state
variables or state quantities that depends only on the current equilibrium state of the s

Exam l EA83603 2013 Name
Closed book. State your assumptions and justify your answers. Work by yourself.
1. (2 points) What is the average salinity of the ocean?
2. (2 points) Which of the following from our thermodynamic derivations are state
functions H

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Table of thermodynamic equations - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Table of thermodynamic equations
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is a summary of common equations and quantities in thermodynamics (see thermodynamic equation

The Three States of Matter
Chapter 5: Gases and the
Kinetic - Molecular Theory
5.1 An Overview of the Physical States of Matter
5.2 Gas Pressure and its Measurement
5.3 The Gas Laws and Their Experimental Foundations
5.4 Further Applications of the Ideal

EAS 3603 Worksheet 12, Gibbs Free Energy, Clapeyron Equations
1. When ammonium nitrate is dissolved in water, the solution becomes colder.
conclusion can you draw about S for the process?
What
2. The pressure exerted on ice by a 60 kg skater is about 300

EAS 3603 Worksheet 4, Work
1. An adiabatic process refers to
a) temperature remains constant
b) specific volume remains constant
c) no heat passes across the boundary
2. The work done in a cyclic process is (always, sometimes, never) equal to zero
3. A ri

Exam l EASBGOS 2011
Closed book. State your assumptions and justify your anstivers. Work by yourself.
1. (6 points) Planet Nacho is covered by ocean of liquid cheese with a density of 1 52
g/cmg. How many meters deep does a diver need to go in the chees

Exam l EA83603 2013 Name
Closed book. State your assumptions and justify your answers. Work by yourself.
1. (2 points) What is the average salinity of the ocean?
mm, 5 W is?
3
4
2. (2 points) Which of the following from our thermodynamic derivations are s

Exam 1 EASBGOB 2014 Name
Ciosed book. State your assumptions and justify your answers. Work by yourself.
1. (6 points) in the ocean or iiquid cheese on Planet Nacho a diver experiences a 1.23 atmosphere
increase in pressure at a depth of 7.85 meters. Wh

Examl EASSBOB Name a? is;
Closed book. State your assumptions and justify your ansWers. Work by yourself.
Adherence to GT Honor code is expected,
1. (2 points) What is the average salinity of the ocean? :2 1%,; ,/
or"; g :3 m
may"
2 (2 points) Which of th

Chap. 3
First Law of Thermodynamics
General Form
Atmospheric Science Applications
Some general statements
The energy of the universe is constant
The First Law:
defines internal energy
states that heat is a form of energy.
states that energy is conser

Chemical Thermodynamics:
Entropy, Free Energy and
Equilibrium
Chapter 18
18.1-18.6
Chemical Thermodynamics
n
Science of interconversion of energy
n
n
n
n
n
Heat into other forms of energy
Amount of heat gained/released from a system
Spontaneity of a react

EAS 3603 Worksheet 11, Gibbs Free Energy
1. A student placed 1 g each of three compounds, A, B, C in a container and found no change
occurred after one week. Offer possible explanations for the lack of reaction. Assume that A, B
and C are totally miscible

EAS 3603 Worksheet 3, Real Gas Laws, Equations of State
1. Calculate the value of the compressibility factor for a van der Waals gas at the critical
point.
2. A piece of sodium metal reacts completely with water as follows:
2Na(s) + 2H20(l) = 2NaOH(aq) +

EAS 3603 Worksheet 1, Barometric Law, Composition of the Earth System
1. Identify each of the following variables as either extensive or intensive
Variable
Temperature
Pressure
Volume
Density
Specific volume
# of moles
salinity
intensive
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ext

Exam I EAS3603
Name_
Closed book. State your assumptions and justify your answers. Work by yourself.
Adherence to GT Honor code is expected.
1. (2 points) What is the average salinity of the ocean?
2. (2 points) Which of the following combinations of cond

EAS 3603 Homework 1 Barometric Equation, Gas Laws
Due: Sept. 8, 2016, Beginning of class
Clearly show your work and put a box around the solution(s) to each problem.
1. During the summer, the ground temperature on planet Funyun is 36C. The lapse rate,
-40

EAS 3603 Worksheet 6 Heat capacity, Gas Expansion
1. The constant pressure molar heat capacity of cerium is given by the expression
Cp = (14.014 + 1.929 x 10-2 T) J K-1 mol-1
Calculate the value of H for heating 1 moles of cerium from 25.0 C to 125.0 C

EAS 3603 Worksheet 9 Entropy, Mixing, Phase Transitions
1. One mole of an ideal gas at 298 K expands isothermally fro 1.0 to 2.0 L (a) reversibly and (b)
against a constant external pressure of 12.2 atm. Calculate the values of Ssys, Ssurr and
Suniv in bo

Exam 1 EASBGOB 2014 Name
Ciosed book. State your assumptions and justify your answers. Work by yourself.
1. (6 points) in the ocean or iiquid cheese on Planet Nacho a diver experiences a 1.23 atmosphere
increase in pressure at a depth of 7.85 meters. Wh

APPENDIX B
Thermodynamic Data
Thermodynamic Data for Selected Elements and Inorganic Compounds
at 1 bar and 298 K
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Substance AriIO/kJ- mol-l AfGO/ki. mor1 /J-K~ morl Egg/1K- mor
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Ag(s) 0 0 42.7 25.49
Ag+(aq) 105.9 77.11 72.68 37.66
AgBr(s) 99.5 95.9

Exam I EAS3603 2010
Name_
Closed book. State your assumptions and justify your answers. Work by yourself.
1. (2 points) About how many meters deep does one need to go in the ocean to
experience an increase in pressure of 1 atmosphere?
2. (4 points) The co

EAS 3603 Worksheet 10 Entropy, Thermodynamic Potentials, Gibbs Free Energy
1. The heat capacity of chlorine is given by: Cp = (31.0 + 0.008T) J K-1 mol-1
Calculate the entropy change when 2 moles of gas are heated from 300 K to 400 K at constant
pressure.

EAS 3603 Worksheet 5, First Law, Internal Energy, Enthalpy
1. One mole of ideal gas undergoes an isothermal expansion at 300K from 1.00 atm to
a final pressure while performing 200J of expansion work. Calculate the final pressure
of the gas if the externa