Assume Ideal Behavior

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Tiffany_Cacy_3D
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Assume Ideal Behavior

Postby Tiffany_Cacy_3D » Mon Feb 11, 2019 11:52 pm

I noticed that a couple problems in the book ask you to "assume ideal behavior". After looking at the solutions manual it looks like this means assume there is 1 mole of the given substance? I am not familiar with this phrase and I am hoping someone can maybe shed some light on the subject.

Emmaraf 1K
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Re: Assume Ideal Behavior

Postby Emmaraf 1K » Tue Feb 12, 2019 10:07 am

Tbh I think some of the textbook questions forgot to include number of moles. That phrase is used to denote to use the 3/2 R and 5/2 R values for C in the entropy equations.

Patrick Cai 1L
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Re: Assume Ideal Behavior

Postby Patrick Cai 1L » Tue Feb 12, 2019 10:12 am

Ideal conditions usually implies that you are working with a monoatomic gas particles that elastically collide and thus can be modeled with the ideal gas law.

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Re: Assume Ideal Behavior

Postby Shibhon_Shepard » Tue Feb 19, 2019 9:13 pm

This "assume ideal behavior" just means you can us PV=nRT equation


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