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Chemistry, 02.12.2019 22:10

If you mix different amounts of two ideal gases that are originally at different temperatures, what must be true of the final state after the temperature stabilizes? (there may be more than one correct choice.)

a) both gases will reach the same final temperature.

b) the final rms molecular speed will be the same for both gases.

c) the final average kinetic energy of a molecule will be the same for both gases.

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