Posted by **Missy*** on Thursday, October 7, 2010 at 9:16pm.

He is the lightest noble gas component of air, and Xe is the heaviest. Perform the following calculations, using R=8.314J/(molXK)and M in kg/mol.

1. Find the average kinetic energy per mole of He and Xe at 30 degrees C.

2. Find the average kinetic energy per molecule of He at 30 degrees C.

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