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How to approach this Brownian Motion Problems

  1. May 22, 2013 #1

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  3. May 22, 2013 #2
    Why do you think there's a difference? Isn't it just the universal gas constant in both cases?
     
  4. May 22, 2013 #3
    Is Bolye's law's Ra equal to the R in the PV=NRT?
    Bolye's law is PV = RaT
     
  5. May 22, 2013 #4
    Sorry, but that's gibberish. Read more carefully what is done.

    The ideal gas law is PV = nRT, where n is the number of moles of gas, V is volume, p is pressure, T is temperature and R is the gas constant.

    The form used in the book you quote has instead v = V/n, volume per mole, and reads Pv = RT.
     
  6. May 22, 2013 #5
    Thanks. But I still do not know how to interpret the n and n0 in the after equation. Isn't n is 1 mol?
     
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