Entropy Change
Property diagrams (T-s and h-s diagrams)
From the definition of the entropy, it is known that Q=TdS during
a reversible process.
Hence the total heat transfer during such a process is given by
Qreversible = TdS
Therefore, it is useful to
Chapter 6
The Second Law of Thermodynamics
Study Guide in PowerPoint
to accompany
Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach, 5th edition
by Yunus A. engel and Michael A. Boles
The second law of thermodynamics states that processes occur in a certain directi
CHAPTER 2
INTERATOMIC FORCES
What kind of force holds the
atoms together in a solid?
Interatomic Binding
All of the mechanisms which cause bonding between the atoms derive
from electrostatic interaction between nuclei and electrons.
The differing strength
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UNG Department of Mathematics Calculus Quiz 7 Take Home (20 Pts)
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Directions: Write clearly and legibly.
Give a detailed answer for each part of the question.
Print this page and turn in with your solution
Use exact v
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UNG Department of Mathematics Calculus Quiz 6 Take Home (50 Pts)
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Direction: Show all the details required (Attach extra piece of paper for the solutions)
1)
Find the derivatives of the following functions using deriv
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Planck’s Constant Worksheet Name Date Period
Max Planck explained that energy was transferred in chunks known as quanta, equal to hv. The variable h is
Planck’s constant equal to 6.6262 X 10'34J‘s and the variable v represents th