I've heard that the kinetic energy of any different gases are the same
All gases at a given temperature have the same average kinetic energy.
But if we have 2 moles of hydrogen and 4 moles of helium in a container at a specific temperature will the kinetic energies become the same? I think it cannot be as the n is different..
As the kinetic energy is 3nrt/2
This might be a small question but this has been a conflict between my friends..