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Grade: 12th pass
        
following are the critical temperature of some gases... H2=33.2K
 
CO2=304.1K
NH3=405.5K
O2=154.3K
what would be the order of the tendency of liquification of gases.... please explain it.. 
one year ago

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Sahani Kumar
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Critical temperature  is directly  proportional to ease of liquefaction.
Higher the temperature greater will be its tendency to get liquefied. 
So NH3 have the greatest tendency to get liquefied than CO2 and Co2 has greater tendency to get liquefied than O2 and finally H2 has the least tendency to get liquefied. 
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one year ago
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