okay, the temperature would change by sqrt 2, right ?
essentially about 6 degrees kelvin.
i'm stuck on another problem, it seems to be more conceptual.
it says to prove how
vrms=√P/ρ
P, pressure
ρ, density of the gas
i started with the two equations
P=1/3Nmv^2/V
v^2=3KT/m
i...
i'm trying to do my ap physics summer work, but I've been having a hard time trying to teach this to myself. i do really well in class, but i need a little bit of guidance to help explain how to use the equations the right way.
i'm currently stuck on a question about vrms an it's relation to...