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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 glass.

Answer #1

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.

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 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

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...

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