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The Effect of Temperature on Gas Behavior
Procedure
1. Chose any gas from the list box. Gas, Temperature (K), Most Probable Particle Speed (m/s), Average Particle Speed (m/s)
2. Set temperature to any value. Observe the shape of the frequency distribution of speeds graph. Sketch this graph. Record the most probable particle speed (vp) and the average particle speed (vavg) in Table 1.
3. Repeat step 2 for four additional temperatures. Increase the value each time.
4. Choose another gas and repeat steps 2 and 3.

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