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    Kinetic theory of Gases

    Yeah, you were right Philip Wood in saying that excluded volume is not negligible under 1 bar pressure and 1000K temperature infact my calculation showed me that it could make a impact on the second decimal place of volume (measured in liters) which is sufficient in describing the CF mention on...
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    Kinetic theory of Gases

    Thanks Philip Wood. The equation of state which you have mentioned could be rearranged as P(V-b)=RT, it means you are excluding volume b from original volume occupied by one mole of real gas at temperature T, but this process of excluding would be significant only when volume occupied by gases'...
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    Kinetic theory of Gases

    Thanks for the reply. I think you guys have not understand what I am trying to say. Boyle's point and compressibility factor is about how well a real gas obey the stuffs that you are taking about. I want to know why gases do not follow ideal gas equation or CF is greater than one when...
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    Kinetic theory of Gases

    Thanks Philip Wood for replying. My problem was not addressed there. How it could be possible that on increasing the temperature above Boyle's point compressibility factor increases beyond one with out increasing the pressure to any substantial amount? The factors which deviates a gases from...
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    Kinetic theory of Gases

    Hi I would like to ask is there any relation between compressibility factor of gases and temperature? My text book says that it always increases with increase in temperature but doesn't explains how? I know that on increases the temperature it is harder for molecules to show attractive...
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