Answer to Question #37928 in Molecular Physics | Thermodynamics for EAR
When the temperature of a thin silver [α = 19 × 10-6 (C°)-1] rod is increased, the length of the rod increases by 3.1 × 10-3 cm. Another rod is identical in all respects, except that it is made from gold [α = 14 × 10-6 (C°)-1]. By how much ΔL does the length of the gold rod increase when its temperature increases by the same amount as that for the silver rod?
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