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Thermal Physics
E.1.
Heat Transfer
E.1.M.
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E.1.Q.
Unit Challenge
E.1.1.
Forms of heat transfer
E.1.1.O.
Overview
E.1.1.1.
Identifying examples of conduction
E.1.1.2.
Identifying examples of convection
E.1.1.3.
Identifying examples of radiation
E.1.2.
Calorimetry 1: Heat Transfer and Temperature Change for One Object
E.1.2.O.
Overview
E.1.2.1.
Solving problems involving heat transfer for one object using Q = mcΔT
E.1.3.
Calorimetry 2: Heat Transfer and Temperature Change for Two Objects
E.1.3.O.
Overview
E.1.3.1.
Determining mass or specific heat capacity for problems involving heat transfer between two objects using Q = mcΔT
E.1.3.2.
Determining initial, final, or change in temperature for problems involving heat transfer between two objects using Q = mcΔT
E.1.4.
Calorimetry 3: Heat Transfer and Phase Changes
E.1.4.O.
Overview
E.1.4.1.
Solving problems involving phase changes using the equation Q = mL
E.1.4.2.
Determining the amount of heat necessary to heat and change the phase of an object using Q = mcΔT and Q = mL
E.1.5.
Thermal Expansion
E.1.5.O.
Overview
E.1.5.1.
Determining the linear expansion of an object using ΔL = αL
_{0}
ΔT
E.1.5.2.
Determining the volumetric expansion of an object using ΔV = βV
_{0}
ΔT
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E.2.
Laws of Thermodynamics
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E.2.1.
Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics (the law of thermal equilibrium)
E.2.1.O.
Overview
E.2.1.1.
Determining the direction of heat flow for two or more objects in contact with each other
E.2.2.
The First Law of Thermodynamics
E.2.2.O.
Overview
E.2.2.1.
Solving problems involving the change in internal energy of a system using ΔU = Q – W
E.2.3.
The Second Law of Thermodynamics
E.2.3.O.
Overview
E.2.3.1.
Solving problems involving the change in entropy of a system using the equation Î”S = S
_{final}
- S
_{initial}
E.2.3.2.
Solving problems involving the change in entropy of a system using the equation ΔS = (q
_{rev}
) / (T) where q
_{rev}
is the heat added to a reversible process
E.2.3.3.
Recognizing examples of the second law of thermodynamics
E.2.4.
Applications of the Laws of Thermodynamics
E.2.4.1.
Solving problems involving the amount of work done by an ideal gas using the equation W = PΔV
E.2.4.2.
Solving problems involving the amount of work done by calculating the area under a P vs. V graph
E.2.4.3.
Solving problems involving the amount of work done by a heat engine using the equation W
_{net}
= Q
_{h}
- Q
_{c}
E.2.4.4.
Measuring the efficiency of a heat engine using the equation eff = 1 – (Q
_{c}
) / (Q
_{h}
)
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