Posted by **Anonymous ** on Monday, November 5, 2012 at 7:11pm.

Suppose there is a simulation of 25 helium molecules and 25 nitrogen molecules on the right hide of a box before the rate of effusion.

Suppose you carry out this simulation and it does not give a precise quantitative reflection of Graham's Law.

-->What could be done to improve the quantitative estimate of the simulation?

Then, describe what the gas system would be like when equilibrium is reached?

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