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At a given temperature, what relationship appears to exist between a gas particle's mass and it speed?
How does graph change as particle mass increase?
Isra fills two identical balloons at identical temperatures. She fills one with O2 gas and the other with O3 gas. Which balloon will deflate faster? Why?
Conclusion
What can you conclude about gas molecule speeds in a container?

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    Isra fills two identical balloons at identical temperatures. She fills one with O2 gas and the other with O3 gas. Which balloon will deflate faster? Why?

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