Which of the following is the correct representation of van der Waal’s equation for 1 mole of real gas?

(P+aV)(v−b)=RT

(P+aV)(v+b)=RT

(P+aV2)(v−b)=RT

(P+aV2)(v+b)=RT

A

(P+aV2)(v−b)=RT

B

(P+aV2)(v+b)=RT

C

(P+aV)(v−b)=RT

D

(P+aV)(v+b)=RT

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Van der Waal's equation for 1 mole of gas is (P+aV2)(v−b)=RT

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