The coefficient of thermal conductivity of oxygen at t1

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The coefficient of thermal conductivity of oxygen at t1 = 100 C is equal to 3.25 * 10 ^ –2 W / (m * K). Calculate the coefficient of viscosity of oxygen at this temperature. What will be the coefficient of thermal conductivity, if the gas is heated to t2 = 600? Molar mass of oxygen = 0.032 kg / mol.

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