Subject: Does gas effusion theory applies in non-vacuum condition?
Date: Fri Oct 16 02:04:19 2009
Posted by wan
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I am trying to use the gas effusion theory to predict the time it takes for
the pressure in a container to be reduced to zero or become equilibrium to the
external pressure (which is at atmospheric pressure ~ 14.69psi) given that
there exist a pinhole on the container. Can I use the gas effusion theory or
there are other theory that better suit this situation?
Thank you for your time.
Re: Does gas effusion theory applies in non-vacuum condition?
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