CHEM1211 Chapter 5 GAS LAWS - Review Problems
1. Give the five statements that summarize the kinetic-molecular theory of gases.
2. A sample of an ideal gas at 0.93atm and 25oC occupied a volume of 17.3L. This
gas was transferred to a 3.7L container withou
Lesson 4: Ball Toss
This Discussion question, like the last one, deals with one-dimensional kinematics.
A friend of yours contends that the acceleration of a ball tossed up into the air is positive on the way
up, negative as it is falling down and zero at
Instructions for this Discussion
In the essay, On Being the Right Size by J.B.S. Haldane, the author
considers the effects of scaling on the anatomy and physiology of animals:
For every type of animal there is a most convenient size, and a large
Lesson 6: Horse and Sled
This is a very old physics brain-teaser:
A horse is pulling a wooden sled across the ground. According to Newtons third law of motion, the force of
the horse acting on the sled pulling it forward must be equal and opposite to the
Lesson 3: Bee Flight
The graph below represents the velocity of a bee along a straight line. At t = 0, the bee is at the hive.
When is the bee farthest from the hive? How far is the bee at its farthest point from the hive? At t = 13 s,
how far is the bee
1NEWTONS SECOND LAW
Constant Mass data:
Include a graph of acceleration on the x-axis vs force on the y-axis.