# Effusion of a gas between two boxes

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A large container has two identical compartments joined by a small hole. One of the compartments is held at 100 K while the other is held at 400 K. Initially the100 K compartment has a number density of 1000 cm^-3 while the other chamber is empty. What number density do both compartments have once they have reached equilibrium?

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Effusion of a gas between two boxes
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Running head: EFFUSION OF A GAS BETWEEN TWO BOXES

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Let V be the volume of a compartment in cm3
Given that temperatures T1 = 400K and T2 = 100K are final temperatures of the first and the
second compartme...

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