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  1. ...for a real gas to be assumed to be ideal gas. Ideal gas particles occupy no volume, have no intermolecular... case, the gas is compressed at low temperature . As the gas particles are close to...

    分類:科學及數學 > 化學 2010年09月18日

  2. ... defined as the gractional change in volume of the gas per degree change in temperature . Mathematically, coefficeient of expansion = (1/V).(dV/....

  3. ... YOUR ROOM COLD. For most guys, the ideal temperature for sleep is somewhere between 60 and 68 degrees F. You...

    分類:社會及文化 > 語言 2017年06月14日

  4. ... temperature was first defined as the temperature at which an ideal gas has zero volume and zero pressure. Since...quot;absolute zero", that is to say, negative absolute temperature is non-existent .

  5. ...that the change in internal energy is NOT an increase, so does the temperature . Q2) Again, using the relation, we have: ΔQ...

  6. The ideal gas law can be proved using Boyle, Charles... initial state be defined as: volume = v pressure = p temperature = t If this gas now undergoes an isobaric process, ...

  7. Yes, you can. Using the ideal gas equation PV = nRT No. of moles n1 is the first container with temperature 310 K is n1 = (1.2x10^5) x (2x10^-2)/R(310) = 7.742/R...

  8. ...3.49 kJ (b) Specific heat capacity of an ideal diatomic gas at constant volume Cv = 5R/2 ... to energy of R/2 for 1 mole of gas rasied by temperature of 1 K, the increase in rotational energy in 2 ...

  9. ..., volume occupied by 1 mole of gas at 1.09 atm pressure and temperature of 27'C (= 300 K), by the ideal gas equation, is (1x 22.4/273) x (300/1.09) L = 22.58 L = 0.02258...

  10. ...volume n = number of moles R = gas constant T = absolute temperature m = mass M = molar mass ===== a) PV = nRT V = (nR...

    分類:科學及數學 > 化學 2013年05月09日