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Sir, As according to boyles law pressure is inversely proportional to volume as temperature is kept constant..... but according to physic as gas expand it is followed by decrease in temperature and vice versa..... but in wanderwaals correction he no where mentioned that phenomena..... why so????

Sir,
As according to boyles law pressure is inversely proportional to volume as temperature is kept constant..... but according to physic as gas expand it is followed by decrease in temperature and vice versa..... but in wanderwaals correction he no where mentioned that phenomena..... why so????

Grade:12

1 Answers

Christina Lohia
27 Points
8 years ago

The correction depends ......

  No. of molecules in unit volume is proportional to the density of the gas, but the density and volume are inversely proprotional to each other.

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