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- Homework Statement
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For part(b)

The solution is, ##1:10##, however, is the wording correct? I don't see how to find the ratio of atomic mass, however, I can solve for the ratio of the molar mass.

##n_A = n_B## from part(a) by setting the internal energy equation for each ideal gas equal

##\frac{M_A}{m_A} = \frac{M_B}{m_B}##

##1000M_A = 10000M_B##

##M_A = 10M_B##

Is the reason they said that is because ##u ∝ M##. Is there a equation that proves that?

Many thanks!

The solution is, ##1:10##, however, is the wording correct? I don't see how to find the ratio of atomic mass, however, I can solve for the ratio of the molar mass.

##n_A = n_B## from part(a) by setting the internal energy equation for each ideal gas equal

##\frac{M_A}{m_A} = \frac{M_B}{m_B}##

##1000M_A = 10000M_B##

##M_A = 10M_B##

Is the reason they said that is because ##u ∝ M##. Is there a equation that proves that?

Many thanks!