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The Root Mean Square (RMS) Speed Calculator will calculate:

- The root mean square speed of ideal gas molecules

The root mean square speed of ideal gas molecules is m/s |

Root mean square speed of gas molecules calculations |
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v_{rms} = √3 × R × T/Mv _{rms} = √3 × × /v _{rms} = √/v _{rms} = √v _{rms} = |

Root Mean Square Speed Calculator Input Values |

Temperature of gas (T) K [Kelvin degree] |

Molar mass of gas (M) kg/mol [kilogram per mole] |

Ideal gas constant (R) J/mol∙K [Joules per mole times Kelvin] |

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v_{rms} = √*3 × R × T**/**M*

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