This is a nonrelativistic problem.docx - This is a nonrelativistic problem The wavelength variation is a factor of 0.02/6000 = 3.333E-6 implying a

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This is a nonrelativistic problem. The wavelength variation is a factor of 0.02/6000 = 3.333E-6, implying a velocity variation of 3.333E-6c or 1000 m/s. Assuming this is the RMS velocity, for a molar mass M of 0.023 kg it corresponds to a temperature T = M*(vRMS)^2/(3R) = 922.087 K.

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