## What is the relation between CV and Q?

Thus, the change in temperature is proportional to the heat transfer. The formula q = n C T represents the heat q required to bring about a T difference in temperature of one mole of any matter. The constant C here is called the molar heat capacity of the body.

## What is Delta E Q W?

E=q+w. All energy transfers can be described as either heat flow or as work done on or by a system, and therefore the total amount of heat energy that goes in or out (q), plus the total amount of work energy that goes in or out (w), must be equal to the total internal energy change of the system (E).

## Why does hotter air hold more water?

A oft-repeated water vapor myth is that warm air can “hold” more water vapor than cool air because as the air warms its molecules move farther apart, making room for more molecules. This leads to the idea that as air cools its molecules move closer together, “squeezing” out water vapor.

## Is warm air more dense?

Warm air is less dense than cooler air. Air density varies with the relative humidity (amount of water vapor molecules in the air) along with temperature. When only considering the temperature of air, which does not all heat up at the same rate, dry warm air tends to rise compared to areas of cool air around it.

## Does cold air rise or sink?

Cold air sinks. Sinking air compresses and heats. As air sinks, air pressure at the surface is raised. Cold air holds less moisture than warm.

## How do you make air more dense?

To float anything in any given fluid (liquid/gas), fluid’s density must be equal to or more than body’s density. To make air denser you can use either increasing pressure or decreasing temperature or combination of these two, but in any case this change will be huge as explained by Max Tube, which will kill a human.

## Is dense air hot or cold?

air has mass and density, and. cold air is denser than warm air.

## Does cold air have more oxygen?

Warm air can actually hold more moisture because molecules are farther apart, making more room for moisture. Cold air is dense and compact; it’s “thicker,” so when you breathe in you get more oxygen. They get more oxygen and it’s easier to cool their bodies.

## What 2 things define an air mass?

In meteorology, an air mass is a volume of air defined by its temperature and water vapor content. Air masses cover many hundreds or thousands of miles, and adapt to the characteristics of the surface below them. They are classified according to latitude and their continental or maritime source regions.