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PHYS 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18.5 - 19.4: Phase Rule, Boltzmann Constant, Phase Diagram

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PHYS 2 Chapter 14.5 - 14.8: Section 14.5 - 14.8

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Simple pendulum = idealized model consisting of a point mass suspended by a massless, unstretchable string. Path of point mass is the arc of a circle w
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PHYS 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10.6-10.7: Angular Velocity, Normal Force, Gyroscope

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The torques of the internal forces can transfer angular momentum from one body to the othere, but they can"t change the total angular momentum of the s
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PHYS 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17.1 - 17.5: Kelvin, Thermal Expansion, Triple Point

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Thermodynamics = the study of energy transformations involving heat, mechanical work, and other aspects of energy and how these transformations relate
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PHYS 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.4 - 12.6: Laminar Flow, Turbulence, Mass Flow Rate

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Ideal fluid = a fluid that is incompressible. Flow line = path of an individual particle in a moving fluid. Steady flow = a flow in which the overall f
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UCSBPHYS 2FreedmanSpring

PHYS 2 Chapter 11.1 - 11.5: Section 11.1 - 11.5

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A particle is in equilibrium (does not accelerate) in an inertial frame of reference. First condition for equilibrium = the center of mass of an extend
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PHYS 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19.5 - 19.8: Free Expansion, Isochoric Process, Internal Energy

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Special case when temperature is constant --> internal energy is constant. Internal energy of an ideal gas depends only on its temperature, not on its
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PHYS 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.1 - 12.3: Hydrostatics, Atmospheric Pressure, Fluid Dynamics

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PHYS 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20.1 - 20.4: Heat Engine, Thermodynamic Cycle, Heat Pump

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Irreversible processes = thermodynamic processes that occur in nature and proceed spontaneously in one direction but not the other. Second law of therm
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PHYS 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17.5 - 17.7: Phase Rule, Heat Transfer, Calorimetry

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Phase change/transition = a transition from one phase to another. Heat of fusion = the heat required per unit mass to change 1 kg of solid at 0 c to 1
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PHYS 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.5 - 13.8: Dimensionless Quantity, Ellipse, Point Particle

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13. 5 kepler"s laws and the motion of planets. Each planet moves in an elliptical orbit, with the sun at one focus of the ellipse. A line from the sun
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PHYS 2 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18.1 - 18.4: Van Der Waals Equation, Molar Mass, Ideal Gas

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State variables = quantities that describe the conditions/state in which a particular material exists. Volume v is proportional to the number of moles
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