A pressure of 10.0 mm Hg is measured at the triple-point of water using a constant-volume gas thermometer.What will the pressure be (in mm Hg)at 50.0C?
A pressure of 10.0 mm Hg is measured using a constant-volume gas thermometer at a temperature of 50.0C.What is the pressure (in mm Hg)at the zero-point temperature?
A temperature difference of 5 K is equal to
A)a difference of 9 on the Celsius scale.
B)a difference of 9 on the Fahrenheit scale.
C)a difference of 2.8 on the Rankine scale.
D)a difference of .5 on the Fahrenheit scale.
E)a difference of 2.8 on the Celsius scale.
A thermometer registers a change in temperature of 100F.What change in temperature does this correspond to on the Kelvin Scale?