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**1. A canister containing 150kg of an ideal gas has a volume of 8 m^3. If the gas exerts a pressure of 5*10^5 Pa, what's the rms speed of the modecules?**

**I can't get the temperature of the canister...**

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so nm equals the #of moles times its mass, what isn't the #of moles still unknow?

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nm is the #of moles times the molar mass (mass per mole). What's # of moles times the mass per mole?

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nm is the #of moles times the molar mass (mass per mole). What's # of moles times the mass per mole?

I use the formula v = square root of(3kT/m), which k stands for boltzmann's constant and m stants for the mass of molecule.

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