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A glass flask whose volume is 1000 cm3 at a temperature of 0.700 ∘C is completely filled with mercury at the same temperature. When the flask and mercury are warmed together to a temperature of 52.0 ∘C , a volume of 8.50 cm3 of mercury overflows the flask.

If the coefficient of volume expansion of mercury is βHg = 1.80×10−4 /K , compute βglass, the coefficient of volume expansion of the glass. Express your answer in inverse kelvins.

Answer #1

A glass flask whose volume is 1000 cm3 at a temperature of 0.600
∘C is completely filled with mercury at the same temperature. When
the flask and mercury are warmed together to a temperature of 52.0
∘C , a volume of 8.30 cm3 of mercury overflows the flask.
If the coefficient of volume expansion of mercury is
βHg = 1.80×10−4 /K , compute βglass,
the coefficient of volume expansion of the glass.
Express your answer in inverse kelvins

A glass flask whose volume is 1000 c m 3 at a temperature of
0.700 ∘ C is completely filled with mercury at the same
temperature. When the flask and mercury are warmed together to a
temperature of 52.0 ∘ C , a volume of 8.50 c m 3 of mercury
overflows the flask. If the coefficient of volume expansion of
mercury is β Hg = 1.80×10−4 /K , compute β glass , the coefficient
of volume expansion of the...

Chapter 13
Quation #9
A glass flask whose volume is 1000 cm3 at a temperature of 0.400
∘C is completely filled with mercury at the same temperature. When
the flask and mercury are warmed together to a temperature of 52.0
∘C , a volume of 8.35 cm3 of mercury overflows the flask.
Part A
If the coefficient of volume expansion of mercury is βHg =
1.80×10−4 /K , compute βglass, the coefficient of volume expansion
of the glass.
Express your...

A glass flask whose volume is 1000cm3 at a
temperature of 0.100?C is completely filled with mercury at the
same temperature. When the flask and mercury are warmed together to
a temperature of 52.0?C , a volume of 8.00cm3of mercury
overflows the flask.
If the coefficient of volume expansion of mercury is
?Hg = 1.80

A glass flask whose volume is 1000cm3 at a temperature of
0.800?C is completely filled with mercury at the same temperature.
When the flask and mercury are warmed together to a temperature of
52.0?C, a volume of 8.30cm3 of mercury overflows the flask.
If the coefficient of volume expansion of mercury is
?Hg = 1.80

A glass flask whose volume is 1000.16 cm3 at0.0∘C is
completely filled with mercury at this temperature. When flask and
mercury are warmed to 55.2 ∘C, 8.67 cm3 of mercury
overflow.
Compute the coefficient of volume expansion of the glass. (The
coefficient of volume expansion of the mercury is
18×10−5K−1.)
I got 2.59x10-5 K-1 but it was wrong.

A glass flask whose volume is 1,000.0 cm3 at 0.0ºC is completely
filled with mercury at this temperature. When flask and mercury are
warmed to 55.0ºC, 8.95 cm3 of mercury overflow. If the coefficient
of volume expansion of mercury is 18 x 10-5 K−1, compute the
coefficient of volume expansion of the glass

An aluminum cup of 100 cm3 capacity is completely
filled with glycerin at 19°C. How much glycerin will spill out of
the cup if the temperature of both the cup and glycerin is
increased to 31°C? (The linear expansion coefficient of aluminum is
23 × 10-6 1/C°. The coefficient of volume expansion of
glycerin is 5.1 × 10-4 1/C°.)

An aluminum cup of 168 cm3 capacity is completely
filled with glycerin at 22 °C. How much glycerin, if any, will
spill out of the cup if the temperature of both the cup and the
glycerin is increased to 34 °C? Give your answer in cm3,
but enter only the numerical part in the box.
For reference, glycerin's coefficient of volume expansion = 5.1
x 10-4/C°. Aluminum's coefficient of linear expansion =
2.3 x 10-5/C°.

If the alarm triggers (besides worrying about a mercury spill),
the person in the lab will have to correctly answer a series of One
of his other assistants poured 998.00 cm3 of liquid mercury into a
1000.00-cm3 -flask when both the mercury and the glass were at 4.0
◦C. Dr. von Silliness has asked you to determine the maximum
temperature he can heat the system to (to the thousandth of a
degree Celsius) before the mercury overflows, if mercury has...

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