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Correct option is If the molecular weight of a gas be M and its absolute temperature be T, then the speed of sound in that gas is given by Where R is the universal gas constant.

Suppose the speed of sound in oxygen at temperature t is the same as in nitrogen at 14oC. Then and    speed of sound in nitrogen at 14o  These two speeds must be equal. Also, the value of γ is same for both gases. Therefore,    #### SIMILAR QUESTIONS

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Q7

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Q8

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Q9

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Q10

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