2.62. Modern vacuum pumps permit the pressures down to p = 4*10^{15} atm to be reached at room temperatures. Assuming that the gas exhausted is nitrogen, find the number of its molecules per 1 cm^{3} and the mean distance between them at this pressure.
2.63. A vessel of volume V = 5.0 l contains m = 1.4 g of nitrogen at a temperature T = 1800 K. Find the gas pressure, taking into account that η = 30% of molecules are disassociated into atoms at this temperature.
2.64. Under standard conditions the density of the helium and nitrogen mixture equals ρ = 0.60 g/l. Find the concentration of helium atoms in the given mixture.
2.65. A parallel beam of nitrogen molecules moving with velocity v = 400 m/s impinges on a wall at an angle θ = 30° to its normal. The concentration of molecules in the beam n = 0.9*10^{19} cm^{3}. Find the pressure exerted by the beam on the wall assuming the molecules to scatter in accordance with the perfectly elastic collision law.
2.66. How many degrees of freedom have the gas molecules, if under standard conditions the gas density is ρ = 1.3 mg/cm^{3} and the velocity of sound propagation in it is v = 330 m/s.
2.67. Determine the ratio of the sonic velocity v in a gas to the root mean square velocity of molecules of this gas, if the molecules are
2.68. A gas consisting of Natomic molecules has the temperature T at which all degrees of freedom (translational, rotational, and vibrational) are excited. Find the mean energy of molecules in such a gas. What fraction of this energy corresponds to that of translational motion?
2.69. Suppose a gas is heated up to a temperature at which all degrees of freedom (translational, rotational, and vibrational) of its molecules are excited. Find the molar heat capacity of such a gas in the isochoric process, as well as the adiabatic exponent γ, if the gas consists of
2.70. An ideal gas consisting of Natomic molecules is expanded isobarically. Assuming that all degrees of freedom (translational, rotational, and vibrational) of the molecules are excited, find what fraction of heat transferred to the gas in this process is spent to perform the work of expansion. How high is this fraction in the case of a monatomic gas?
2.71. Find the molar mass and the number of degrees of freedom of molecules in a gas if its heat capacities are known: c_{v} = 0.65 J/(g*K) and c_{p} = 0.91 J/(g*K).
2.73. Find the adiabatic exponent γ for a mixture consisting of ν_{1} moles of a monatomic gas and ν_{2} moles of gas of rigid diatomic molecules.
2.75. Calculate at the temperature t = 17 °C:
2.76. A gas consisting of rigid diatomic molecules is expanded adiabatically. How many times has the gas to be expanded to reduce the root mean square velocity of the molecules η = 1.50 times?
2.77. The mass m = 15 g of nitrogen is enclosed in a vessel at a temperature T = 300 K. What amount of heat has to be transferred to the gas to increase the root mean square velocity of its molecules η = 2.0 times?
2.79. A gas consisting of rigid diatomic molecules was initially under standard conditions. Then the gas was compressed adiabatically η = 5.0 times. Find the mean kinetic energy of a rotating molecule in the final state.
2.80. How will the rate of collisions of rigid diatomic molecules against the vessel's wall change, if the gas is expanded adiabatically η times?
2.81. The volume of gas consisting of rigid diatomic molecules was increased η = 2.0 times in a polytropic process with the molar heat capacity C = R. How many times will the rate of collisions of molecules against a vessel's wall be reduced as a result of this process?
2.82. A gas consisting of rigid diatomic molecules was expanded in a polytropic process so that the rate of collisions of the molecules against the vessel's wall did not change. Find the molar heat capacity of the gas in this process.
2.85. Determine the gas temperature at which
2.86. In the case of gaseous nitrogen find:
2.89. At what temperature of a gas will the number of molecules, whose velocities fall within the given interval from v to v + dv, be the greatest? The mass of each molecule is equal to m.
2.92. From the Maxwell distribution function find <v_{x}^{2}>, the mean value of the squared v_{x} projection of the molecular velocity in a gas at a temperature T. The mass of each molecule is equal to m.
2.95. Making use of the Maxwell distribution function, find <1/v>, the mean value of the reciprocal of the velocity of molecules in an ideal gas at a temperature T, if the mass of each molecule is equal to m. Compare the value obtained with the reciprocal of the mean velocity.
2.100. An ideal gas consisting of molecules of mass m with concentration n has a temperature T. Using the Maxwell distribution function, find the number of molecules reaching a unit area of a wall at the angles between θ and θ + dθ to its normal per unit time.
2.103. When examining the suspended gamboge droplets under a microscope, their average numbers in the layers separated by the distance h = 40 μm were found to differ by η = 2.0 times. The environmental temperature is equal to T = 290 K. The diameter of the droplets is d = 0.40 μm, and their density exceeds that of the surrounding fluid by Δρ = 0.20 g/cm^{3}. Find Avogadro's number from these data.
2.104. Suppose that η_{0} is the ratio of the molecular concentration of hydrogen to that of nitrogen at the Earth's surface, while η is the corresponding ratio at the height h = 3000 m. Find the ratio η/η_{0} at the temperature T = 280 K, assuming that the temperature and the free fall acceleration are independent of the height.
2.105. A tall vertical vessel contains a gas composed of two kinds of molecules of masses m_{1} and m_{2}, with m_{2} > m_{1}. The concentrations of these molecules at the bottom of the vessel are equal to n_{1} and n_{2} respectively, with n_{2} > n_{1}. Assuming the temperature T and the freefall acceleration g to be independent of the height, find the height at which the concentrations of these kinds of molecules are equal.
2.106. A very tall vertical cylinder contains carbon dioxide at a certain temperature T. Assuming the gravitational field to be uniform, find how the gas pressure on the bottom of the vessel will change when the gas temperature increases η times.
2.107. A very tall vertical cylinder contains a gas at a temperature T. Assuming the gravitational field to be uniform, find the mean value of the potential energy of the gas molecules. Does this value depend on whether the gas consists of one kind of molecules or of several kinds?
2.109. Find the mass of a mole of colloid particles if during their centrifuging with an angular velocity ω about a vertical axis the concentration of the particles at the distance r_{2} from the rotation axis is η times greater than that at the distance r_{1} (in the same horizontal plane). The densities of the particles and the solvent are equal to ρ and to ρ_{0} respectively.
2.110. A horizontal tube with closed ends is rotated with a constant angular velocity ω about a vertical axis passing through one of its ends. The tube contains carbon dioxide at a temperature T = 300 K. The length of the tube is l = 100 cm. Find the value ω at which the ratio of molecular concentrations at the opposite ends of the tube is equal to η = 2.0.
