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Two constant-volume gas thermometers are assembled, one using nitrogen as the working gas and the other using helium. Both contain enough gas so that p tr = 100 cm Hg. What is the difference between the pressures in the two thermometers if both are inserted into a water bath at the boiling point? Which pressure is the higher of the two? See fig.21.5

Two constant-volume gas thermometers are assembled, one using nitrogen as the working          gas and the other using helium. Both contain enough gas so that ptr = 100 cm Hg. What is the difference between the pressures in the two thermometers if both are inserted into a water bath at the boiling point? Which pressure is the higher of the two? See fig.21.5

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