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Use its definition to calculate an explicit expression for the fugacity of a. A Bose gas of N particles b. A Fermi gas of N particles c. A Boltzmann gas of N particles As a function of N, V, and T.

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Consider a gas of atoms, each of mass m, confined in a container
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Consider a gas in equilibrium with a surface. The surface can
adsorb the gas molecules onto any of M independent,
distinguishable sites (distinguishable because the binding
sites are localized to specific parts of the surface). The
molecular partition function for an adsorbed molecule is
q(T) ≡ exp[−β
Asurface].
a) Assume that the adsorbed molecules are independent and use
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Exercise 11.66 Use the ideal gas law to complete the table: P V
n T 2.34 atm 1.24 L ___ 209 K 511 torr ___ 0.744 mol 293 K 0.443
atm 0.192 L 1.33×10−2 mol ___ ___ 21.0 mL 5.81×10−3 mol 21.4 ∘C
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Match the term with its definition.
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B. C.
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F. G.
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dr
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B. C.
D. E.
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For table shown in figure 1 construct (a) a Boolean expression
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A sealed cubical container 23.0 cm on a side contains a gas with
three times Avogadro's number of argon atoms at a temperature of
27.0°C.
(a)Find the internal energy (in J) of the gas.
___J
(b)The total translational kinetic energy (in J) of the gas.
__J
(c)Calculate the average kinetic energy (in J) per atom.
__J
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(in Pa).
__Pa
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A sealed cubical container 14.0 cm on a side contains a gas with
five times Avogadro's number of xenon atoms at a temperature of
17.0°C.
Find the internal energy (in J) of the gas.J
(b)The total translational kinetic energy (in J) of the gas.
J
(c) Calculate the average kinetic energy (in J) per atom.J
(d) Use P =
2
3
N
V
1
2
mv2
to calculate the gas pressure (in Pa).
Pa
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