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Choose a depiction of a gas sample containing equal molar amounts of argon and xenon as described by kinetic molecular theory. Red dots are used to represent argon atoms and blue dots to represent xenon atoms. Each atom is
drawn with a "tail" that represents its velocity relative to the others in the mixture.
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Transcribed Image Text:Choose a depiction of a gas sample containing equal molar amounts of argon and xenon as described by kinetic molecular theory. Red dots are used to represent argon atoms and blue dots to represent xenon atoms. Each atom is drawn with a "tail" that represents its velocity relative to the others in the mixture.
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