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Offline sjb

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Re: How to calculate the pressure in nuclear reactions?
« Reply #15 on: July 09, 2012, 02:59:44 AM »
In origin Lithium was isolated in ampoule so I agree with you that initial pressure was 0.

About number of moles - if from 1 mole Lithium we get 1 mole Trithium and 1 mole Helium - doesn't it mean that generally we have 2 moles of ideal gas? Why not, explain please.

What is the formula of tritium gas?

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Re: How to calculate the pressure in nuclear reactions?
« Reply #16 on: July 09, 2012, 08:23:28 AM »
T2
I understand. I must transfer nuclear reaction into chemical:

2Li + 2n = T2 + 2He

number of moles
n(He) = n(Li) = 0.002 mole; n(T2) = 0.001 mole
generally, n = 0.003 mole.

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