Problem: The mass particle is 10% larger than that of particle B. If particle B travels 100 m during effusion, how far would particle A travel during effusion? a) 90 m  b) 95 m c) 100 m  d) 105 m e) 110 m 

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The mass particle is 10% larger than that of particle B. If particle B travels 100 m during effusion, how far would particle A travel during effusion?

a) 90 m 

b) 95 m

c) 100 m 

d) 105 m

e) 110 m 

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