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# UnitsAndDimensions

Course Number: CHE 3051, Spring 2008

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ts pressure and its density. (a) (b) Use dimensional analysis to determine this dependence. If the gas is ideal, how will the speed of sound depend on the molecular weight at a given temperature? The speed of sound in air at room temperature is 330 ms-1. Calculate the speed of sound in gaseous helium at the same temperature. (c) 12. When an oil droplet is released, it falls under the influence of gravity until...

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National Central University - CHE - 3051
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National Central University - CHE - 3051
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National Central University - CHE - 3051
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National Central University - CHE - 3051
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