Sourav Asked a Question
August 15, 2020 2:16 ampts 30 pts
PV The compressibility factor z=pT of a gas above Dwill be 43. (a) Less than unity (b) Greater than unity (c) Equal of unity (d) None of these
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  • Priyanshu kumar Best Answer
    Dear sourav...option B is correct answer
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    Priyanshu kumar
    At boyles temperature Z=1...Here given above boyles temperature so it should be greater than unity
  • Ashutosh singh thankyou
    Z>1 The compressibility factor is always greater than 1 at Boyle's temperature...which is nothing but a/Rb. Hope it helps. 😊
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    sir at Boyles temp z=1, but here is asked above Boyles temp, so answer will be z>1
  • Sourav
    but at Boyles temp gas behaves as ideal na?
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    Priyanshu kumar
    yes sourav
  • Ashutosh singh
    Dear Sourav, T = a/ Rb is nothing but Boyle's temperature and at Boyle's temperature, Z>1. Always. 😊
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