1A. Lecture 22. Effusion Continued and Real Gasses.
Recorded on March 14, 2013.
Index of Topics:
00:15- Effusion Continued: and Real Gases
00:42- Real Gases
00:50- Examples of Effusion
02:02- Example: Ratio of Rate of Effusion
09:16- Example: Rank in Order of Increasing Speed of Effusion
14:16- Example: Comparing Effusion, CO and CO2
19:26- Example: Average Speed of Gases
24:36- Effusion Continued: and Real Gases
25:00- Real Gases
33:46- Compression Factor
38:32- Van der Waals Equation
41:55- Example: Methane Gas Sample
43:00- Example: Pressure of He
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