Problem: What is the ratio of urms to ump for a sample of O2(g) at 300 K? Will this ratio change as the temperature changes? 

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We are asked what is the ratio of urms to ump for a sample of O2(g) at 300 K


μrms = 3RTMμmp = 2RTM


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What is the ratio of urms to ump for a sample of O2(g) at 300 K? Will this ratio change as the temperature changes? 

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