Problem: Given the gases Ne, He, H2, Kr, put them in order of their INCREASING rate of effusion. 1. Kr < Ne < He < H 2 2. H2 < He < Ne < Kr 3. He < H2 < Kr < Ne 4. Ne < Kr < H 2 < He

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Given the gases Ne, He, H2, Kr, put them in order of their INCREASING rate of effusion.

1. Kr < Ne < He < H 2

2. H2 < He < Ne < Kr

3. He < H2 < Kr < Ne

4. Ne < Kr < H 2 < He

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