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the temperature (K) at which most probable speed of CO2 molecule is twice that at 50C is

the temperature (K) at which most probable speed of CO2 molecule is twice that at 50C is

Grade:Upto college level

2 Answers

Sunil Kumar FP
askIITians Faculty 183 Points
6 years ago
Most probable speed is the speed possessed by most of the molecule.
It is given by the formula=sqrt8RT/piM=v
T=temperature
M=molecular mass
Let the temperature be T
2v=v’
2*sqrt8R*50/piM=sqrt8RT/piM
squaring both sides
4*50=T
T=200 degree celsius
Vishal
13 Points
3 years ago
2(Ump2)/Ump1 equal to T2/T1 Sub T1 equal to 323 &Both ump2 & ump1 will be cancelled then remaining T2 equal to 323 * 2 T2 equal to 646

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