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The escape velocity required for gas molecules to overcome the earth's gravity and go off to outer space is 1.12x10^3 m/s at 15C. Calculate the molar mass of a species with that velocity. Would you expect for find He and H2 molecules in the earth's atmosphere? What about argon atoms?
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The escape velocity required for gas molecules to overcome the earth's gravity and go off to outer space is 1.12x10^3 m/s at 15C. Calculate the molar mass of a species with that velocity. Would you expect for find He and H2 molecules in the earth's atmosphere? What about argon atoms?
 2 years ago
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Why dont you get started, and write down what information you have.
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