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Behaviour of Real Gases

States of Matter
Chemistry
Class 11

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Deviation from ideal behaviour

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Van Der Waals Equation

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Compressibility factor

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A gas will approach ideal behavior at: 

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Arrange the following gases in the increasing order of their van der Waals constant values :
, ,

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The pressure of real gas is less than the pressure of an ideal gas because of:

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Using van der Waals equation, calculate the constant when 2 moles of a gas confined in a 4 liter flask exerts a pressure of 11.0 atm at a temperature of 300K. The value of is 0.05 litre

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Select incorrect statements for real gas. 

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The van der Waals constant for water vapour is 0.03 litre . The radius of the water vapour molecule is:

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The compression factor (compressibility factor) for mole of a van der Waals' gas at and atmospheric pressure is found to be . Assuming that the volume of a gas molecule is negligible, calculate the van der Waals' constant .

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If force of attraction between the gas molecules is negligible, vander Waal's equation (for one 1 mole) will become?

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Write the Vander Waals equation.

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Given the value of the van der Waals constant '' for the following gases.

Gas values ( Lmole atm  )
1.36
3.59
5.49
 6.72

Which one of the following gases has the strongest intermolecular forces of attraction?

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