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in vander waal's equation why do we subtract the volume due to the gas molecules but add the pressure that must have been subtracted because the gas molecules actually hit the walls of thecontainer withh pressure less than the actual due to the intermolecular forces of attraction???????????


in vander waal's equation why do we subtract the volume due to the gas molecules but add the pressure that must have been subtracted because the gas molecules actually hit the  walls of thecontainer withh pressure less than the actual due to the intermolecular forces of attraction???????????


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