# Kinetic Theory of Gases - Page 5

Questions

- If the density of the gas is #"4 kg/m"^3# and its pressure is #1.2 xx 10^5 "N/m"^2#, how do I calculate the root-mean-square speed?
- Which of the following is the best description of the relationship between average kinetic energy and measurable quantities of an ideal gas?
- Is there a formula for kinetic theory of gases (the collision with a wall)? If there is, how can I derive it?
- If the temperature coefficient #alpha# for a certain reaction is #2.5#, then if the reaction was run at #283^@ "C"# and #293^@ "C"#, what is the activation energy in #"kJ/mol"#?
- What is the kinetic molecular theory of gases? What is its purpose?
- If oxygen, #O_2#, effuses (spreads out) at a rate of #622.0# #ms^-1# under certain conditions of temperature and pressure, how fast will methane, #CH_4#, effuse under the same conditions?
- What equation relates average kinetic energy to temperature in the high-temperature limit?
- The ratio of rates of diffusion of two gases #X# and #Y# is 2:3. The molar mass of #X# is #27#. Find the molar mass of gas #Y#?
- Given equal masses of dihydrogen, and other gases, which gas will exert MORE pressure?
- We have #O_2#, #H_2#, #He#, and #HCl# gases; which gas will behave LEAST ideally?
- If #He# (g) has an average kinetic energy of 5930 J/mol under certain conditions, what is the root mean square speed of #N_2# (g) molecules under the same conditions?
- The velocity of nitrogen is 55.6 cm/s. Determine the the rate at which hydrogen sulfide would travel under these same experimental conditions?
- If oxygen effuses through an opening at a rate of 67 particles per second, how fast would effuses Hydrogen gas effuse through the same opening?
- How does the rate of effusion of sulfur dioxide, #SO_2#, compare to that of helium?
- How do I calculate the force constant, zero-point energy, and the energy level spacings for #""^(12) "C"""^(16)"O"# if #tildeomega_e = "2170 cm"^-1#?
- What is the rms speed of He atoms at 295 K?
- One of two identical balloons contained carbon dioxide (CO2, 44 g mol−1) and the other contained hydrogen (H2, 2.0 g mol−1). If it took 24 hours for all of the H2 to escape from its balloon, how long did it take for all of the CO2 to escape?
- What are the rules applied to the kinetic theory of gases?
- Is this phrase correct? "average kinetic energy isn't so hot"
- What is the difference between a law and a theory?