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    For O2(g) in a 200mL container at 1500K, calculate q(trans) and the thermal wavelength.

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    q(trans) = (2*pi*m*k*T/h^2)^(3/2)*V
    m = 32*1.67*10^(-27) kg = mass of molecule
    k = 1.38*10^(-23) J/molecule/k
    T = 1500 K
    h = ...

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