Question

All gasses deviate from gas laws at


A
high pressure and low temperature.
B
low pressure and high temperature.
C
high pressure and high temperature.
D
low pressure and low temperature.
Solution
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At high pressure and low temperature, the molecular interaction terms become significant.
So, we cannot neglect these terms.
Also, the total size of molecules becomes significant at low temperatures.
So, at low temperature and high pressure, there is a significant deviation from ideal gas equation.

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