How much faster does helium escape through a porous container than ozone o3?
Keeping this in consideration, how much faster does hydrogen escape through a porous container?
Problem #5: How much faster does hydrogen escape through a porous container than sulfur dioxide? Hydrogen gas effuses 5.637 times as fast as SO2 gas does.
Also Know, which gas will escape faster? Explanation: The rate of effusion for a gas is inversely proportional to the square-root of its molecular mass (Graham's Law). The gas with the lowest molecular weight will effuse the fastest. The lightest, and therefore fastest, gas is helium.
Also to know is, how many times faster does helium diffuse than oxygen?
Graham's law of effusion holds that the relative rate of effusion/diffusion of 2 gases is inversely proportional to the square root of the molecular masses of the two diffusing gases.. And so helium should diffuse/effuse FOUR TIMES as FAST as sulfur dioxide.
How much faster would gas effuse than ne?
Putting this number over 1 can help you understand your answer. The ratio 3.16/1 means is that for every 3.16 mol of hydrogen gas that effuses, 1.00 mol of neon gas will effuse. This ratio is designed to compare rates. So hydrogen gas effuses 3.16 times faster than neon.