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Why do the gases He, Ne, and Xe tend to be monatomicrather than diatomic

Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers | 4th Edition | ISBN: 9781133103721 | Authors: Stephen T. Thornton, Andrew Rex ISBN: 9781133103721 454

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Why do the gases He, Ne, and Xe tend to be monatomicrather than diatomic?

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● Logic of Philosophy: ○ Philosophical logic is concerned with the evaluation of both deductive and inductive argument. ■ Deductive: if A = B and B = C, then A must equal C. ● Aristotle argued that deductive reasoning and argument was the only true form of argument. ● Example: If 1) Aristotle is a human and 2) All humans are mortal, then 3) Aristotle must be mortal. ■ Inductive: the facts and premises may make the conclusion true. ● Example: the evidence presented in a jury trial does not make it ab

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Textbook: Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers
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Author: Stephen T. Thornton, Andrew Rex
ISBN: 9781133103721

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