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September 12, 2020 12:30 ampts 170 pts
Two van der Waals gases have the same value of b but different a values. Which of these would occupy greater volume under identical conditions? If the gases have the same a value but different values of b which would be more compressible?
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    If two gases have same value of b but different values of a, then the gas having a larger value a will occupy lesser volume. This is because the gas with a larger value of a will...
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