At what temperature is the rms speed of H2 equal to the rms spe

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Apr 15th, 2015

Since the rms are equal, the ratios of the temperatures to the molar mass should be the same.

The molar mass of H2 is 2.016 and the molar mass of CH4 is 12.011 + 4*1.008 = 16.043.

Then T/2.016 = 331/16.043 and the required temperature is T = 2.016*331/16.043 = 41.6 K.

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