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July 19, 2021 10:33 ampts 80 pts
Two van der Waals gases (A and B) have the same values of 'a' but different values of 'b'. The correct statement among the following is (A) Both are equally compressible (B) Gas with lower b value is more compressible (C) Gas with higher b' value is more compressible (D) Neither A nor B is compressible.
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  • Shreyasi majumdar
    correct answer is b. Gases with lower value of b are more compressible as it will occupy lower volume
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  • Balaram swain thankyou
    answer is B, smaller value of b has larger compressibility
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