Problem: A hydrogen plasma has an rms speed of v0 at a temperature of T0. What would be temperature be if the rms speed were to double? (a) √2 T0  (b) 2T0 (c) 4T0 (d) T0/2

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A hydrogen plasma has an rms speed of v0 at a temperature of T0. What would be temperature be if the rms speed were to double?

(a) √2 T0 

(b) 2T0

(c) 4T0

(d) T0/2

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