If the critical temperature of a gas is 160 K, then its Boyle's temperature will be:
Which of the following statements on critical constants of gases are correct?
I : Larger the TcPc value of a gas, larger would be the excluded volume.
II : Critical temperature (Tc) of a gas is greater than its Boyle's temperature (TB).
III : At the critical point in the Van der Walls gas isotherm.
Critical temperature of a gas is ______ its Boyle temperature.
The critical temperature of a gas is the temperature:
Assertion :A gas with higher critical temperature is adsorbed more than a gas with lower critical temperature. Reason: Higher critical temperature implies that the gas is more easily liquefiable.