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At Boyle temperature,
  1. The effects of the repulsive and attractive intermolecular forces just offset each other
  2. The repulsive intermolecular force are greater than the attractive intermolecular forces
  3. The repulsive intermolecular forces are lesser than the attractive intermolecular forces
  4. baRT>0


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The correct option is A The effects of the repulsive and attractive intermolecular forces just offset each other
The temperature at which the real or non-ideal gas behaves as an ideal gas over a wide range of pressue is known as Boyle temperature. Boyle temperature (TB) is related to the
Van der waal's constant a, b as given below. At this temperature, the attractive and repulsive forces acting on the gas particles arrive at a balance for a real gas.
Tb=aRb.

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