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July 08, 2021 • 17:00 pm 30 points
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The rotational energy levels of a molecule are e, =h^2 l(l+1)/2i, where l =0,1,2,.. and i, is its 21 moment of inertia. the contribution of the rotational motio

The rotational energy levels of a molecule are E, =h^2 l(l+1)/2I, where l =0,1,2,.. and I, is its 21 moment of inertia. The contribution of the rotational motion to the Helmholtz free energy per molecule, at low temperatures in a dilute gas of these molecules, is approximately h (a)-k 1kT) (d)-34,Te a ()-kT

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    Ravi bhushan

    Here is the detailed solution. Option d is the correct answer.

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