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how fast are particles moving at 313.15 degrees Kelvin in an absolute vacuum?

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I don't think you can relate temperature directly to velocity. Temperature is the energy level of a molecule, which is a combination of mass and velocity. So a large molecule will be moving slower than a small molecule at the same temperature.

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