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Ron_H
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 Homework Statement:
 The mass of a gas molecule can be computed from the specific heat at constant volume. Take Cv=0.075 kcal/kgK for argon and calculate (a) the mass of an argo atom and(b) the atomic weight of argon.
 Relevant Equations:

1/2 m <v^2> = 3/2 kT
1/2 M <v^2> = 3/2 RT
pV=NRT
U=(3/2)*NRT
Cv=(1/N)(dU/dT)
I don't see how isolate m or M.
That is, how to get rid of <v^2> which is how I wrote the average of v^{2}
That is, how to get rid of <v^2> which is how I wrote the average of v^{2}