Internal Energy of Monatomic Gas Calculator

A gas which consists of single atom particles is said to be monatomic gas (Eg., Helium). The sum of potential and kinetic energies of all the particles are called as internal energy. It can be changed while heating the system, doing work in the system and adding or removing matter. Find the internal energy of monatomic gas with number of particles, boltzmann constant and temperature.

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A gas which consists of single atom particles is said to be monatomic gas (Eg., Helium). The sum of potential and kinetic energies of all the particles are called as internal energy. It can be changed while heating the system, doing work in the system and adding or removing matter. Find the internal energy of monatomic gas with number of particles, boltzmann constant and temperature.

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Formula:

U = (3/2)(NkT) Where, U = Internal Energy of Monatomic Gas N = Number of Particles k = Boltzmann Constant T = Temperature

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