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Find the final momentum and angular velocity of ball
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Q. A uniform solid ball of mass M and radius R is hit with a bullet of mass m right at its rim coming in at speed v. Find the final momentum and angular velocity of the ball with the bullet stuck in it and how much energy is lost as heat.

Q. Calculate the free energy DeltaG at 25 ^circ rm C for the nonstandard conditions at point B where the reaction quotient Q is 2.75 times 10^{-5}.

Express your answer numerically in kilojoules per mole.




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