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# The Speed Of Sound In Hydrogen At STP Is v. The Speed Of Sound In A Mixture Containing 3 Parts Of Hydrogen And 2 Parts Of Oxygen At STP Will Be

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Let the density of hydrogen be  then the density of oxygen will be 32ρ. The density of the mixture will be

Since the pressure is the same, we have

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