Chapter 1 Solutions
MODERN PHYSICS (LOOSELEAF)
Ch. 1 - Prob. 1QCh. 1 - Which of the conserved quantities are scalars and...Ch. 1 - Prob. 3QCh. 1 - Prob. 4QCh. 1 - In Section 1.1, we defined the electric force...Ch. 1 - Other than from the ranges of wavelengths shown in...Ch. 1 - Suppose we have a mixture of an equal number N of...Ch. 1 - Prob. 8QCh. 1 - Suppose it were possible for a pitcher to throw a...Ch. 1 - At low temperatures, the molar heat capacity of...
Ch. 1 - Prob. 11QCh. 1 - A hydrogen atom (m = 1.674 × 10−27 kg) is moving...Ch. 1 - A helium atom (m = 6.6465 × 10−27 kg) collides...Ch. 1 - A beam of helium-3 atoms (m = 3.016 u) is incident...Ch. 1 - An atom of beryllium (m = 8.00 u) splits into two...Ch. 1 - Prob. 5PCh. 1 - Observer A, who is at rest in the laboratory, is...Ch. 1 - A sample of argon gas is in a container at 35.0° C...Ch. 1 - Prob. 8PCh. 1 - Prob. 9PCh. 1 - Prob. 10PCh. 1 - Prob. 11PCh. 1 - Prob. 12PCh. 1 - Suppose the beryllium atom of Problem 4 were not...Ch. 1 - Prob. 14PCh. 1 - A gas cylinder contains argon atoms (m = 40.0 u)....Ch. 1 - Calculate the fraction of the molecules in a gas...Ch. 1 - Prob. 17P
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