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Relationship between most probable speed & rotation speed (gas)

by Clairepie
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Clairepie
#1
Jan27-11, 10:28 AM
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
Calculate Speed (v sub mp) and rotation speed ([tex]\omega[/tex]

2. Relevant equations
(v sub mp) =Sq rt (2kT/m)
<V>= 2/ (sqr rt pi )(V sub mp)
Vrms = sq rt (3/2) X V sub mp

How do I relatate these to rotational speed?????

3. The attempt at a solution
Yo mamma

The numbers came out correct where V sub mp < <V> <vrms

But what about poor little omega...

Thanks chaps
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supratim1
#2
Jan27-11, 10:35 AM
PF Gold
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show us your work. when you are stuck, we are here to help.
supratim1
#3
Jan27-11, 10:41 AM
PF Gold
P: 280
by the way make the question clear? is the gas mono or di or poly-atomic? use the concept of rotational degrees of freedom of gas molecules.

Clairepie
#4
Jan27-11, 12:05 PM
P: 13
Relationship between most probable speed & rotation speed (gas)

Monatomic :-) I will look at degrees of freedom for monatomic gases.


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