could someone explain what's fugacity and what it has to do with pressure?
Fugacity is a term used by Boyle and is related to the pressure but implies the property or tendency of a gas to expand. Here are some details you may want to look at: http://opera.answers.com/fugacity [Broken]
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It's also a parameter in statistical mechanics involving chemical potential and absolute temperature. Pressure can be linked with fugacity via partial derivatives and a use of Clapeyron-Mendeleev equation.
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