﻿ The temperature near the surface of the earth is 295 k. an argon atom (atomic mass = 39.948 u) has a kinetic energy equal to the average
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# The temperature near the surface of the earth is 295 k. an argon atom (atomic mass = 39.948 u) has a kinetic energy equal to the average translational kinetic energy and is moving straight up. if the atom does not collide with any other atoms or molecules, how high up would it go before coming to rest? assume that the acceleration due to gravity is constant throughout the ascent.

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