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Problem 16DQ

The temperature of an ideal gas is directly proportional to the average kinetic energy of its molecules. If a container of ideal gas is moving past you at 2000 m/s, is the temperature of the gas higher than if the container was at rest? Explain your reasoning.

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Solution to 16DQ Step 1 No, the temperature of the system will not change. Consider the system at rest. The molecules will have an average velocity and thus an average kinetic energy. Therefore we can calculate the temperature of the system. Let us say that the temperature of the container in rest is T. Now the container starts moving with a velocity V=2000m/s. The molecules...

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