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The following equations of state are occasionally used for approximate calculation on gases : Gas ( X ) : R T ( 1 + V m ​ b ​ ) G a s ( Y ) : P ( V m ​ − b ) = R T Assuming that the gas ( X ) and ( Y ) actually obeyed above equation of state respectively then choose the correct statement: Gas X is more liquifible than gas Y Gas Y is more liquifible than gas X None of them are liquifible Both of them are liquifible

 

The following equations of state are occasionally used for approximate calculation on gases : 

Gas(X):RT(1+Vmb)

Gas(Y) : P(Vmb)=RT

Assuming that the gas (X) and (Y) actually obeyed above equation of state respectively then choose the correct statement:

 

  1. Gas X is more liquifible than gas Y
  2. Gas Y is more liquifible than gas X
  3. None of them are liquifible
  4. Both of them are liquifible

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Grade:11

1 Answers

Ayush Anand
126 Points
10 months ago
Option b both X and Y are liquifiable. When you expand both the function and convert RT = PV, you get same values for V. Therefore, they have similar properties.

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