Question: A diatomic gas has a certain total kinetic energy at
A diatomic gas has a certain total kinetic energy at 25 °C. If a monatomic gas of the same number of molecules as the diatomic gas has the same total kinetic energy, what is the Celsius temperature of the monatomic gas?
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