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The Translational Kinetic Energy of Gas Calculator will calculate:

- The translational kinetic energy of ideal gas.

**Calculator Restrictions:** The gas inside the container is considered as ideal.

The translational kinetic energy of ideal gas is J |

Translational Kinetic Energy (KE) of ideal gas calculations |
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KE_{gas} = × n × R × T3/2KE _{gas} = × 3/2 × × KE _{gas} = × × × KE _{gas} = |

Translational Kinetic Energy Of Gas Calculator Input Values |

Temperature of ideal gas (T) = K [Kelvin degree] |

Number of moles (n) = mol [moles] |

Ideal gas constant (R) = J/mol∙K [Joule per mole times Kelvin degree] |

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KE_{gas} = *3**/**2* × n × R × T

The translational Kinetic Energy (KE) formula derives from the other formula of KE of an ideal gas:

KE_{gas} = *3**/**2* × k × T × n × N_{A}

Where k is the Boltzmann constant and N_{A} is the Avogadro's number.

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