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according to vanderw according to vanderwals theoryobserved volume is greater than ideal volume but it shouldn't be as molecules actually occupy some volume the equation must not be (p+a\v^2)(v-b)=RT it must be v+b as the real gas volume is less than ideal and here v r multiplying ideal gas pressure with real gas volume which not correct so pleaseeeeeeeee explain this doubt it is haunting me als theoryobserved volume is greater than ideal volume but it should


according to vanderw













according to vanderwals theoryobserved volume is greater than ideal volume but it shouldn't be as molecules actually occupy some volume



the equation must not be



(p+a\v^2)(v-b)=RT



it must be v+b   as the real gas volume is less than ideal



and here v r multiplying ideal gas pressure with real gas volume which not correct



so pleaseeeeeeeee explain this doubt       it is haunting me









 


als theoryobserved volume is greater than ideal volume but it should


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