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Probability of the Speed of a Molecule in a Group of Traveling Molecules
Probability of the Speed of a Molecule in a Group of Traveling Molecules

Probability of the Speed of a Molecule in a Group of Traveling Molecules

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In a group of molecules all traveling in the positive z direction, what is the probability that a molecule will be found with a z-component speed between 400 and 401 m/s if m/(2kT ) = 5.62 × 10−6  s2/m2 ? (Hint: You need to find and normalize a one-dimensional distribution function first!)

This is the problem 1.18 of the book "Chemical Kinetics and Reaction Dynamics, written by Paul L. Houston".

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