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1. Five molecules are moving at speeds of 1,5,6,8, and 36ms-1. What is their mean square speed?
2. What is the mass of one molecule of N2 (atomic mass 14, 1u = 1.66 x 10-27kg)?
3. Atmospheric pressure is 101,325 Pa. If one mole of Nitrogen takes up 2.3 m3 at about 10°C, what is the mean square speed of the molecules in the air outside, assuming that the atmosphere is 100% nitrogen (in reality, it is only 78%)?
4. What is the average speed of a nitrogen molecule under the above conditions?
5. The particles in question 1 are duplicated 3000 times. If they have a completely unrealistic mass of 1g, what is their pressure when they are crammed into a cube with side length 0.5m?