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Write short notes on the behavior of real gases.


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Real gases:

  • A gas that does not behave like an ideal gas is referred to as “real gas.”.
  • The interactions between gaseous molecules can explain their behavior.

Behavior of real gases:

  • At low pressures and high temperatures, real gases follow gas laws.
  • Due to the near proximity of the molecules of gases in high-pressure settings, molecular interactions begin to operate, and the molecules do not strike the container's walls.
  • Positive deviation and negative deviation with full impact are two sorts of deviations from optimal behavior that a real gas can exhibit.

The deviation of real gas from ideal gas can be shown in terms of the P vs V graph which is as follows:


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