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The average coefficient of volume expansion for carbon tetrachloride is 5.81 ✕ 10−4 (°C)−1. If a 45.0-gal steel container is filled completely with carbon tetrachloride when the temperature is 10.0°C, how much will spill over when the temperature rises to 25.0°C? (Assume the coefficient of thermal expansion of steel is 11 ✕ 10−6 (°C)−1.) gal

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A car has 60 L steel gas tank filled to the top with gasoline
when the temperature is 10 C. The coefficient of volume expansion
of gasoline is B = 0.900 X 10-3 K-1. Taking
the expansion of the steel tank into account how much gasoline
spills out of the tank when the car is parked in the Sun and its
temperature rises to 25 C?
(The linear coefficient of expansion
for steel is 11 X 10-6 K-1 )

Given the volume expansion coefficient of water is 2.10 x
10-4 °C-1 and the volume expansion
coefficient of ethanol is 11.0 x 10-4 °C-1,
explain why ethanol is a better choice for use in a thermometer
than water.

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°.)

A car has a 45 L steel
gas tank filled to the top with gasoline when the temperature is
10°C. The coefficient of volume expansion of gasoline is β
= 0.900 x 10-3 K-1. Taking the expansion of
the steel tank into account, how much gasoline spills out of the
tank when the car is parked in the sun and its temperature rises to
31°C? The coefficient of linear expansion of steel is β =
0.110 x 10-4 K-1.

The coefficient of linear expansion of steel is 11 × 10–6 per
°C. A steel ball has a volume of exactly 235 cm3 at 16°C. When
heated to 160°C, though, its volume becomes ____ cm3. Round your
answer to the nearest two decimal places.

A container made of aluminum has a volume of 50 liters
and is filled with water in the morning at a temperature of 77 ° F,
if the coefficient of expansion of the water chamber: 4.0 x10-4 /
oC and the coefficient of aluminum expansion length: 2.6x 10- 5 / °
C. Question:
How many liters of water will spill out during the day with a
temperature of 95 ° F?

A car has a 69 Liter steel gas tank filled to the top with
gasoline when the temperature is 3oC. The coefficient of volume
expansion of gasoline is β = 9.00×10-4K^-1. Taking the expansion of
the steel tank into account, how much gasoline spills out of the
tank when the car is parked in the sun and its temperature rises to
19oC?

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.

An aluminum cup of 52 cm3 capacity is completely filled with
glycerin at 24°C. How much glycerin will spill out of the cup if
the temperature of both the cup and glycerin is increased to 33°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°.)
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