# If the cylinder is 1.3 m long, how far from the left side of the cylinder will we find the equilibrium position of the divider?

## If the cylinder is 1.3 m long, how far from the left side of the cylinder will we find the equilibrium position of the divider?

If the cylinder is 1.3 m long, how far from the left side of the cylinder will we find the equilibrium position of the divider?

A container contains 117 moles of Gas A and 85 moles of Gas B separated by a movable airtight divider. Initially, we will assume that the container is cylindrical, as shown on the right. If the cylinder is 1.3 m long, how far from the left side of the cylinder will we find the equilibrium position of the divider?   Share this:TwitterFacebook  If the cylinder is 1.3 m long, how far from the left side of the cylinder will we find the equilibrium position of the divider?

A container contains 117 moles of Gas A and 85 moles of Gas B separated by a movable airtight divider. Initially, we will assume that the container is cylindrical, as shown on the right. If the cylinder is 1.3 m long, how far from the left side of the cylinder will we find the equilibrium position of the divider?   Share this:TwitterFacebook

If the cylinder is 1.3 m long, how far from the left side of the cylinder will we find the equilibrium position of the divider?