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a charged particle is obtain from temperature at 500k. After that, it is put in a vaccum tube and electron volt is applied to it to accelerate it to a higher speed. I am confuse about this, the internal energy is represent by 3/2KbT=1/2mv2 but when the speed increase, the temperature of the particle will not increase right?It the kinetic energy and translational kinetic energy is 2 different energy?

a charged particle is obtain from temperature at 500k. After that, it is put in a vaccum tube and electron volt is applied to it to accelerate it to a higher speed. I am confuse about this, the internal energy is represent by 3/2KbT=1/2mv2 but when the speed increase, the temperature of the particle will not increase right?It the kinetic energy and translational kinetic energy is 2 different energy?

Grade:Upto college level

1 Answers

SAGAR SINGH - IIT DELHI
879 Points
10 years ago

Dear student,

The internal energy is always constant. Yes that's the point. Kinetic energy and translation KE are different things.

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