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the molar mass of an unknown gas was measured by an effusion experiment. it took 63s for te gas to effuse. where as nitrogen gas took 48sec. what is the molar mass of the gas?
32g/mol
37g/mol
24g/mol
16g/mol
48g/mol

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    rateu/raten = sqrt(molar mass N2/molar mass U)

    u = unknown
    n = nirtogen

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    48

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