# Lecture 110201

Published on November 7, 2007

Author: Simo

Source: authorstream.com

Physics 2053C – Fall 2001:  Physics 2053C – Fall 2001 Chapter 13 Temperature & Ideal Gases Brief Review:  Brief Review Structure of Matter Atoms, electrons, nuclei, protons, neutrons, quarks, gluons. Temperature & Temperature Scales Random motion of atoms. Fahrenheit, Celsius, Kelvin Temperature Expansion of Materials. As kinetic energy of atoms increases, atoms tend to stay farther apart. L = LoT (length changes) V = VoT (volume changes  = 3) Structure of Matter:  Structure of Matter Atoms Protons, neutrons and electrons Quarks Particle physics seeks the most basic building blocks and forces of the Universe. We can study these through collisions of very energetic particles. Fermilab:  Fermilab The D0 Experiment:  The D0 Experiment Thermal Expansion:  Thermal Expansion Many objects change size when their temperature changes. L = LoT (length changes) Lfinal = Lo (1 + T) V = VoT (volume changes  = 3) Vfinal = Vo (1 + T) Thermal Expansion of Concrete:  Thermal Expansion of Concrete L = LoT (length changes) Lfinal = Lo (1 + T) Length = Lo = 25 m Temperature = -4°C Temperature = 36°C Lfinal = Lo (1 + T) Lfinal = Lo (1 + T) Lfinal = 25m (1 + 12 X 10-6 m/°C (36°C – (-4)°C)) Lfinal = 25m(1.00048) = 25.012 m  1.2 cm expansion Ideal Gas Law:  Ideal Gas Law PV = nRT Pressure usually in atmospheres or N/m2 Volume in Liters or m3 N is the number of mols Temperature is in Kelvin!! “n” is the number of mols of the gas. R is the universal gas constant R = 0.0821 (L-atm)/(mol-K) R = 8.315 J/(mol-K) Ideal Gas Law:  Ideal Gas Law PV = nRT Not all gases are ideal gases. H2, O2, He, Ne, Ar, Kr (nobel gases) Behavior at constant Temperature PV = constant (= nRT and n, R and T are constant) Behavior at constant Pressure V/T = constant (= nR/P and n, R and P are constant) Behavior at constant Volume P/T = constant (= nR/V and n, R and V are constant) Ideal Gas Law:  Ideal Gas Law PV = nRT Applying the Ideal Gas Law:  Applying the Ideal Gas Law A child’s helium-filed balloon escapes at sea level and 20.0 ° C. When it reaches an altitude of 3300 m where the temperature is 4.40°C and the pressure is only 0.710 atm, how will its volume compare to that at sea level? P1V1 = nRT1  V1 = nRT1/P1 (at sea level) P2V2 = nRT2  V2 = nRT2/P2 (at 3300 m) V2/V1 = (nRT2/P2)/(nRT1/P1) = (T2 /T1 ) * (P1 /P2) V2/V1 = (T2 /T1 ) * (P1 /P2) = ( 277.4 K/293 K) * ( 1 atm/ 0.71 atm) = 1.33 Ideal Gas Law:  Ideal Gas Law Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP). (STP is 273.15 K and P = 1.013 x 105 N/m2) Avogadro’s Number N = 6.02 x 1023 molecules/mole. Alternative form of ideal gas law: PV = NkT Nk = nR  k = 1.38 x 10-23 J/K Ideal Gas Facts:  Ideal Gas Facts 1 mole of an ideal gas at STP: Has a volume of 22.4 L Consists of 6.02 x 1023 molecules. CAPA 7 & 8:  CAPA 7 & 8 A scuba tank has a volume of 3900 cm3. For very deep dives, the tank is filled with 50% (by volume) pure oxygen and 50% pure helium. 7. How many oxygen molecules are there in the tank if it is filled at 20°C to a gauge pressure of 12.5 atm? CAPA 7 & 8:  CAPA 7 & 8 A scuba tank has a volume of 3900 cm3. For very deep dives, the tank is filled with 50% (by volume) pure oxygen and 50% pure helium. 8. How many helium molecules are there in the tank if it is filled at 20°C to a gauge pressure of 12.5 atm? PV = NkT The same number as there are oxygen molecules. N = 6.60 x 1023 Kinetic Theory of Gasses:  Kinetic Theory of Gasses Gases contain a large number of molecules moving in random directions with a variety of speeds. Molecules are very far apart and don’t exert forces on one another except when they collide. Molecules obey Newton’s Laws. Collisions are perfectly elastic. Kinetic Theory of Gasses:  Kinetic Theory of Gasses The kinetic energy of the gas is directly related to it’s temperature. KE = ½ m(v2)ave = 3/2 kT Only depends on temperature. Vrms = (V2)ave ( root mean square velocity ) Vrms =  (3kT)/m CAPA 9 & 10:  CAPA 9 & 10 A scuba tank has a volume of 3900 cm3. For very deep dives, the tank is filled with 50% (by volume) pure oxygen and 50% pure helium. 9. What is the ratio of the average kinetic energies of the two types of molecules? KE = 3/2 kT Since the gases are at the same temperatures they have the same kinetic energies. Ratio = 1.0 CAPA 9 & 10:  CAPA 9 & 10 A scuba tank has a volume of 3900 cm3. For very deep dives, the tank is filled with 50% (by volume) pure oxygen and 50% pure helium. 10. What is the ratio of the rms speeds of the two types of molecules? Vrms = (3KT/m) Vrms(He)/Vrms(O2) =  ( m(He)/m(O2) ) Vrms(He)/Vrms(O2) =  ( 4.0/(2*16) ) Vrms(He)/Vrms(O2) =  1/8 = 0.3536 CAPA expects the inverse of this or: 2.83 Next Time:  Next Time Dr. Dennis will return Continue with Chapter 13. Ideal Gas Law Kinetic Theory of Gases CAPA. Please see me with any questions or comments. Dr. Dennis will see you Monday.

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