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2.0 mol of monatomic gas A initially has 4500 J of thermal energy. It interacts with 2.6 mol of monatomic gas B, which initially has 8200 J of thermal energy.

Part A) Which gas has the higher initial temperature? Gas A or B?

Part B) What is the final thermal energy of the gas A?

Part C) What is the final thermal energy of the gas B?

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2.4 mol of monatomic gas A initially has 4700 J of thermal
energy. It interacts with 2.8 mol of monatomic gas B, which
initially has 8500 J of thermal energy.
Part A
Which gas has the higher initial temperature?
Gas A.
Gas B.
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Part B
What is the final thermal energy of the gas A?
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