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Alexis Kupka 1H
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Unit Conversions

Postby Alexis Kupka 1H » Sat Jan 23, 2016 2:40 pm

When I was looking for work on problem 8.3, the solutions guide converted L x atm to joules by multiplying by 101.325J/L atm. Then when solving 8.9, the solutions guide used gas constants to convert to joules. Could i have just used the 101.325 again and if so why did the book use gas constants to convert the second problem?

Nivi Ahlawat 3I
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Re: Unit Conversions

Postby Nivi Ahlawat 3I » Sat Jan 23, 2016 6:45 pm

Multiplying by 101.325J/L atm is basically the same thing as using the gas constants and converting to Joules.

Emma Schopp 1F
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Re: Unit Conversions

Postby Emma Schopp 1F » Sun Jan 24, 2016 9:21 pm

For 8.9, yes you could have just used 101.325J/Lxatm instead of the gas constant.


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