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Vacuum of Intergalactic Space - Physics for Scientist and Engineers - Past Paper

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Post: February 12th, 2013
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These are the notes of Past Paper of Physics for Scientist and Engineers and its key important points are: Vacuum of Intergalactic Space, Cosmic Microwave, Radiation Energy, Numerical Value, Differential Equation, Molecular Mass, Atomic Units, Molecules Per Unit Volume
These are the notes of Past Paper of Physics for Scientist and Engineers and its key important points are: Vacuum of Intergalactic Space, Cosmic Microwave, Radiation Energy, Numerical Value, Differential Equation, Molecular Mass, Atomic Units, Molecules Per Unit Volume
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University of California, Berkeley Physics 7B, Lecture 001, Spring 2009 (Xiaosheng Huang) Midterm 1 Monday, 2/23/2009 6:00-8:00 PM Name:______________________ SID: ________________________ D/L Section:_______________ GSI: ________________________ Physical Constants: Avogadro's number, NA: 6.02×1023 Gas Constant, R: 8.315J/mol·K Boltmann's Constant, k : 1.38×10-23 J/K Stefan-Boltzmann Constant, σ: 5.67×10-8 W/m2·K4 Specific heat for water: c=4.19×103 J/kg·oC Heat of vaporization for water: LV=22.6×105 J/kg Heat of fusion for water: LF= 3.33×105 J/kg Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP): T=273K, P=1atm=1.01×105 Pa Atomic mass unit (1u): 1.6605×10-27 kg B Note: You are allowed one formula sheet (3½ by 5, double sided) and a calculator (without wireless capabilities). Do NOT just write down an answer in the answer box; show your steps. Formulaic answers may only involve the quantities given in a problem and constants. Good Luck! #1 #2 #3 #4 Total 1. (25 pts.) A spherica..

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