LEKTROKIMIA (1)
Kelompok III
Denia Apriliani Rahman(1206212344)
Fhani Meliana
(1206212413)
Lucia Purwanti
(1206212496)
Muhamad Fahmi
(1206212520)
Nurul Azizah
(1206212312)
Teknologi Bioproses
Departemen Teknik Kimia Universitas Indonesia
Depok 2013
Konten
Chapter 8 Systems of Particles and Conservation of Momentum
Conceptual Problems
1 Determine the Concept A doughnut. The definition of the center of mass of an object does not require that there be any matter at its location. Any hollow sphere (such as a b
Chapter 1 Systems of Measurement
Conceptual Problems
*1 Determine the Concept The fundamental physical quantities in the SI system include mass, length, and time. Force, being the product of mass and acceleration, is not a fundamental quantity. (c) is cor
Chapter 6 Work and Energy
Conceptual Problems
*1 Determine the Concept A force does work on an object when its point of application moves through some distance and there is a component of the force along the line of motion. (a) False. The net force acting
Chapter 2 Motion in One Dimension
Conceptual Problems
1 Determine the Concept The "average velocity" is being requested as opposed to "average speed". The average velocity is defined as the change in position or displacement divided by the change in time.
Chapter 7 Conservation of Energy
Conceptual Problems
*1 Determine the Concept Because the peg is frictionless, mechanical energy is conserved as this system evolves from one state to another. The system moves and so we know that K > 0. Because K + U = con
Chapter 5 Applications of Newton's Laws
Conceptual Problems
1 Determine the Concept Because the objects are speeding up (accelerating), there must be a net force acting on them. The forces acting on an object are the normal force exerted by the floor of t
Chapter 4 Newton's Laws
Conceptual Problems
*1 Determine the Concept A reference frame in which the law of inertia holds is called an inertial reference frame. If an object with no net force acting on it is at rest or is moving with a constant speed in a
Chapter 3 Motion in Two and Three Dimensions
Conceptual Problems
*1 Determine the Concept The distance traveled along a path can be represented as a sequence of displacements.
Suppose we take a trip along some path and consider the trip as a sequence of m