3/2RT

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Maria1E
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3/2RT

Postby Maria1E » Mon Jan 22, 2018 8:10 pm

Are we supposed to know how to use the formula 3/2RT for Test 1?

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Re: 3/2RT

Postby Gurvardaan Bal1L » Mon Jan 22, 2018 8:18 pm

Maria1E wrote:Are we supposed to know how to use the formula 3/2RT for Test 1?


I believe not because Prof. Lavelle only mentioned no calculations for work and internal energy, and that formula is for internal molar energy for an ideal gas.

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Re: 3/2RT

Postby TarynLane2J » Tue Jan 23, 2018 1:17 pm

I don't think so because I don't remember going over it in class but I could be wrong

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Re: 3/2RT

Postby aTirumalai-1I » Tue Jan 23, 2018 2:05 pm

TarynLane2J wrote:I don't think so because I don't remember going over it in class but I could be wrong


I know for a fact that we didn't go over the formula in Dr. Lavelle's 11am lecture, but I'm not sure if it was brought up in the 1pm lecture.

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Re: 3/2RT

Postby Jessica Lutz 2E » Tue Jan 23, 2018 2:08 pm

aTirumalai-1I wrote:
TarynLane2J wrote:I don't think so because I don't remember going over it in class but I could be wrong


I know for a fact that we didn't go over the formula in Dr. Lavelle's 11am lecture, but I'm not sure if it was brought up in the 1pm lecture.


He didn't go over it in the 1pm lecture either. I would assume that he wouldn't make it one of the main parts of the test but if it is required for one of the questions, it is on the equation sheet.


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