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Chamber 1 and Chamber 2 have equal volumes of 1.0L and are assumed to be rigid containers. The chambers are connected by a valve that is initially closed. Chamber 1 contains 2.00 moles of helium and Chamber 2 contains 1.00 mole of helium. Both chambers are at a temperature of 27°C. Part 1. How does the average kinetic energy of an atom in Chamber 1 compare to the average kinetic energy of an atom in Chamber 2 before the valve is opened? Choose the best answer. The average kinetic energy of an atom in Chamber 1 is the same as the average kinetic energy of an atom in Chamber 2 because the t

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