Equations for Final Exam.

Constants, such as and J/K, will be provided as needed.

**19-2**- One possible temperature conversion equation:

**19-4**- Linear thermal expansion:

**19-6**- Volume thermal expansion:

**19-8**- Equation of State for an ideal gas:

Variation: (Constant Temp. Called Boyle's Law). **20.4**- Heat added to a liquid or solid:

**20.-**- Heat capacity

**20-6**- Latent heat of fusion or vaporization:

**20-8**- Work done on a gas.

**20.9**- First Law of Thermodynamics.

**20.-**- First Law applied to special gas processes.
- adiabatic

- isobaric

- isothermal

- isovolumetric

- adiabatic
**20.14**- Power of thermal conduction: (SKIP)

**20.16**- Power of thermal conduction, multi-slab problems: (SKIP)

**20.18**- Power of radiative emission: (SKIP)

**21.2**- Pressure in terms of mean molecular kinetic energy:

**21.4**- Mean translational KE related to temperature:

**21.7**- Root Mean square speed:

**21.8**- Molar specific heat of ideal gas
- Constant volume:
- Constant pressure:

**21.10**- Total internal energy of ideal
*monatomic*gas:

**21.12**- Change in internal energy of ideal gas, any process:

**21.16**- Relation between and :

**21.18**- Adiabatic process for ideal gas:

**22.8**- Entropy for some reversible process:

**22.13**- Entropy for adiabatic free expansion (or isothermal expansion) :

Jason Pinkney 2011-03-25