|Feb8-09, 10:38 PM||#1|
maxwell boltzman distribution
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
A sealed bottle at 1 atm of pressure holds 1 mole of neon and 1 mole of argon gas at a temperature of 295 K.
Find the number of molecules of neon which have velocities between 100 and 200 (m/s).
2. Relevant equations
3. The attempt at a solution
"%Maxwell-Boltzmann velocity distribution
integral_all=vpa(int(F, v, 0, inf))
%integral_all = 1 so it checks out
integral_range=vpa(int(F, v, 100, 200))
so I plotted the speed distribution and integrated it from 0
to infinity and it equals 1, so I think I'm on the right
track. However you'll notice the y axis units don't really
make sense. Even when I fudge it by E24 it's still doesn't
come out right. (I know what you're thinking about a 24
order of magnitude fudge) I get about 4E20 particles which
apparently isn't the right answer. After all this, I'm not
sure if I can bring myself to count up the little hash marks
on the screen to get the area, at least not tonight anyway. "
I copied this from my class's forum btw. i didnt write this but i did exactly the same thing (and no i didnt copy him, its just the obvious choice). can someoene help us tellin us what in gods name we are doing wrong?
|Feb8-09, 11:41 PM||#2|
nvm i solved it
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