What would happen if the molecular collisions in the kinetic theory are inelastic?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 21st Apr, 2015, 12:21: PM
If the molecular collisions in the kinetic theory are inelastic, there would be a constant loss of energy. Due to this loss of energy, the molecular motion will slow down and ultimately they will settle down at the bottom.
Answered by | 21st Apr, 2015, 02:21: PM
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