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T h e mixture is returned t o 2 5 ° C . Calculate, a s s u m i n g ideal gas behavior, the partial pressures a n d v o l u m e s for all species present (remember that s o m e o f the water m a y c o n d e n s e ) . 2 m o l e o f ideal g a s A a n d is thermostatted at 0 ° C . 4 m o l e o f ideal gas Β at a pressure o f 2 x 1 0 Ν m " ; it is t h e r m o ­ statted at 100°C. A c o n n e c t i o n b e t w e e n the t w o bulbs is o p e n e d s o that the gases equi­ librate t o uniform pressure. Calculate the final pressures o f g a s e s A a n d B .

That is, as two mole­ cules approach each other they will at first be attracted and then, at small separa­ tions, repelled. Correspondingly, their mutual potential energy is zero at infinite separation and diminishes to a maximum negative value at some separation r . At r = σ, the potential energy is just zero again; and for r < σ, it is positive and very rapidly increasing. The average total energy of the pair of molecules can be written 0 *tot = r-*oo + € (1-67) Φ(Τ)' Thus e diminishes to a minimum at r and then rises rapidly as r is decreased.

Ways for the e box, and 1! or one way for the c box. ) = 840. The general statements of the preceding conditions are then 1 τ 2 3 1 2 2 1 2 3 Ν = £ Ν • = constant, (2-8) Ε = £ Ni€ = constant, (2-9) 4 t W AM where N denotes the number of molecules in the zth state of energy e and W is the statistical weight or probability of the particular distribution. To repeat, the denominator of Eq. (2-10) serves to take out those permutations that do not count because of the indistinguishability of molecules in the same energy state.

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