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Chapter 19, Problem 19.47E

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What is the total number of collisions per second for the gas system described in the previous exercise? (Note how this question is different from the earlier one.)

Interpretation Introduction

**Interpretation:**

The total number of collisions per second for the gas system described in the previous exercise is to be calculated.

**Concept introduction:**

The average collision rate is given by the formula,

Where,

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The molar mass of the ozone molecule is

The average collision rate is given by the formula,

Where,

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Substitute the value of collision diameter and temperature in equation (1).

Thus, the average collision rate is

The number of collision per molecule is calculated as follows:

Thus, the number of collisions per molecule is

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