# If He(g) has an average kinetic energy of 6670 J/mol under certain conditions, what is the root mean square speed of Cl2(g) molecules under the same conditions?

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Consequently, the gas's average molar kinetic energy

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The root mean square speed of Cl2(g) molecules under the same conditions would be approximately ( \sqrt{\frac{3 \times 6670 , \text{J/mol}}{2 \times M_{\text{Cl}*2}}} ), where ( M*{\text{Cl}_2} ) is the molar mass of Cl2(g) molecules.

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