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Helium gas is in thermal equilibrium with liquid helium at

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Problem 35

Helium gas is in thermal equilibrium with liquid helium at 4.20 K. Even though it is on the point of condensation, model the gas as ideal and determine the most probable speed of a helium atom (mass 5 6.64 3 1027 kg) in it.

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