Finding on the Similarity between the Two Empirical Formulas: Temperature Dependence of Volumetric Expansion of Gas and Temperature Dependence of Resistivity of Conductor

C Sim
  • Physical Science International Journal, January 2017, Sciencedomain International
  • DOI: 10.9734/psij/2017/30061

The volumetric expansion of gas will be caused by the atomic vibration.

What is it about?

This paper finds and examines the similarity between the temperature dependence of volumetric expansion of gases and the temperature dependence of resistance of conductors. The empirical formulas are also convertible each other mathematically. The temperature dependence of atomic vibration is suggested as the cause of the similarity. Thus, the volumetric expansion of gas could be related with the atomic vibration. This finding of similarity will be helpful for our understanding in the features of intrinsic behaviors of a gas molecular motion

Why is it important?

The volumetric expansion of gas could be related with the atomic vibration. This finding of similarity between the two emprical formulas be helpful for our understanding in the features of intrinsic behaviors of a gas molecular motion

Perspectives

Professor choong-gun sim (Author)

Why does a molecule of gas fly itself? I hope this article helps to understand the intrinstic behavior of a gas molecular motion.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.9734/psij/2017/30061

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