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(a) Calculate the rms speed of a carbon dioxide molecule at 20 C. _______m/s (b) Determine how many times per second it would move back and forth...

(a) Calculate the rms speed of a carbon dioxide molecule at 20°C.


(b) Determine how many times per second it would move back and forth across a 7.0 m long room on the average, assuming it made very few collisions with other molecules.


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(a) RMS speed of molecule v rms  = (3RT/M) 0.5 where R is the molar gas constant, T... View the full answer

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