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Unformatted text preview: added to the helium gas, then the temperature increases by an amount ΔT. Now replace the helium atoms with an equal number of diatomic hydrogen molecules, H2. These can be modeled as little harmonic oscillators, two masses connected by a spring. If you add the same amount of energy Q, how much does the temperature change? A. The change is the same, ΔT. B. The change is bigger. C. The change is smaller....
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