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Chapter 20 The kinetic Theory of Gases. The mole is one of the seven SI base units and is defined as follows:. One mole is the number of atoms in a 12 g sample of carbon – 12. The number of moles n is. 20-2 Avogadro’s Number. At low enough densities,all real gases tend to obey the relation.

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20 2 avogadro s number

The mole is one of the seven SI base units and is defined as follows:

One mole is the number of atoms in a 12 g sample of carbon – 12.

The number of moles n is

20-2 Avogadro’s Number

20 3 ideal gases

At low enough densities,all real gases tend to obey the relation

The gas constant R

The Boltzmann constant k

20-3 Ideal Gases

20 4 pressure temperature and rms speed

The only change in the particle’s momentum is along the x axis:

The average rate at which momentum is delivered to the shaded wall by this single molecule is

The pressure is

20-4 Pressure , Temperature , and RMS Speed

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With

Combining Eq.20-21 with the ideal gas law leads to

sample problem 20 3

(a)

(b)

Its average translational kinetic energy over the time that we watch it is

Sample Problem 20-3

20-5 Translational Kinetic Energy

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Something unexpected:

At a given temperature T, all ideal gas molecules – no matter what their mass – have the same average translational kinetic energy ,namely , kT .When we measure the temperature of a gas ,we are also measuring the average translational kinetic energy of its molecules.

20 7 the distribution of molecular speeds

Maxwell’s speed distribution law is

The value of this total area is unity

The fraction (frac) of molecules with speed in an interval of,say, v1to v2is:

20-7 The Distribution of Molecular Speeds

average rms and most probable speeds

The average speed is:

The average of the square of the speed is

The root – mean – square speed is :

Average,RMS,and Most Probable Speeds

20 8 the molar specific heats of an ideal gas

Internal Energy Eint

The internal energy Eint of the sample is

The internal energy Eint of an ideal gas is a function of the gas temperature only;it does not depend on any other variable.

20-8 The Molar Specific Heats of an Ideal Gas

molar specific heat at constant volume

The heat Q is related to the temperature change by

is a constant called the molar specific heat at constant volume.

W=0

Molar Specific Heat at Constant Volume

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The internal energy of any ideal gas by substituting Cv for

A change in the internal energy Eint of a confined ideal gas depends on the change in the gas temperature only;it does not depend on what type of process process the change in the temperature.

20 9 degrees of freedom and molar specific heats

The equipartition of energy

Every kind of molecule has a certain number f of degrees of freedom, which are independent ways in which the molecule can store energy.Each such degree of freedom has associated with it—on average —an energy of per molecule (or per mole) .

20-9 Degrees of Freedom and Molar Specific Heats

sample problem 20 8

Sample Problem 20-8

20-10 A Hint of Quantum Theory

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Proof of Eq. 20-53

The first law of thermodynamics can then be written as

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From the ideal gas law,we have

Free Expansions

The initial and final points on a p-v diagram must be on the same isotherm,and instead of Eq.20-56

review summary

REVIEW & SUMMARY

Avogadro’s Number

The number of moles n is

Ideal Gas

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The Boltzmann constant k

Work in an Isothermal Volume Change

Pressure,Temperature,and Molecular Speed

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Temperature and Kinetic Energy

Mean Free Path

Maxwell Speed Distribution

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Degrees of Freedom and Cv

Adiabatic Process

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