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Solution: What is the average kinetic energy of a molecule of oxygen at 303 K? Boltzmann’s constant is 1.38066 × 10−23 J/K. 1. 7.18632e-21 2. 9.2366e-21 3. 5.28102e-21 4. 6.79284e-21 5. 8.92595e-21 6. 6.2

Problem

What is the average kinetic energy of a molecule of oxygen at 303 K? Boltzmann’s constant is 1.38066 × 10−23 J/K.

1. 7.18632e-21

2. 9.2366e-21

3. 5.28102e-21

4. 6.79284e-21

5. 8.92595e-21

6. 6.27509e-21

7. 6.87568e-21

8. 7.7662e-21

9. 5.98515e-21

10. 6.97923e-21