Trouble with cylinders
There are two hollow cylinders, both having different area of cross sections, and have two pistons (not mass less) and are tightly fitted with a cork. The mass of first piston is m1=1kg, m2=2kg. Both the cylinders contain an ideal monoatomic gas, and the initial level of their heights is the same as h0= 2/3 m. . If the mass of the piston is made as large as that of the second piston, then calculate the difference in heights of the pistons. (the cylinders are communicating).