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The molecular mean free path Calculator will calculate the:
|The mean free path of gas molecules is m|
|Mean free path of gas molecules calculations|
|λ = √2 × V/2 × π × d2 × N|
λ = √2 × /2 × × 2 ×
λ = × /2 × × ×
λ = /
|Molecular Mean Free Path Calculator Input Values|
|Diameter of gas molecule (d) = m|
|Number of molecules (N) =|
|Volume of container (V) = m3|
|Archimedes' constant (π) =|
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The mean free path of gas molecules formula derives from the formula of molecular mean free path:
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