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October 10, 2021 7:25 pmpts 30 pts
A and B are both classical ideal gases of diatomic molecules. The point-like atoms in A are bonded rigidly to form diatomic molecules while in B they are connected by bonds of finite stiffness. The ra- tio of the specific heat per molecule at constant volume of gas A to gas B is (a) I (c) 6/5 II Se] (b) 5/7 (d) 3/4
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  • Anshum Sharma thankyou
    Ans is (b) Because in A there are 5 degree of freedom where 3 translation and 2 rotational so Cv=5/2 kt and in B there are 6 degree of freedom where 3 trans , 2 rotational and 1 ...
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    Bipin kumar 1
    what does "bond of finite stiffness means"?