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###### Answer the following questions: (a) If $\mathrm{XX}$ behaved as an ideal gas, what would its graph of $\mathrm{Z}$ vs. P look like? (b) For most of this chapter, we performed calculations treating gases as ideal. Was this justified? (c) What is the effect of the volume of gas molecules on $\mathrm{Z}$ ? Under what conditions is this effect small? When is it large? Explain using an appropriate diagram. (d) What is the effect of intermolecular attractions on the value of $\mathbf{Z}$ ? Under what

Answer the following questions: (a) If $\mathrm{XX}$ behaved as an ideal gas, what would its graph of $\mathrm{Z}$ vs. P look like? (b) For most of this chapter, we performed calculations treating gases as ideal. Was this justified? (c) What is the effect of the volume of gas molecules on $\mathrm{Z}$ ? Under what conditions is this effect small? When is it large? Explain using an appropriate diagram. (d) What is the effect of intermolecular attractions on the value of $\mathbf{Z}$ ? Under what conditions is this effect small? When is it large? Explain using an appropriate diagram. (e) In general, under what temperature conditions would you expect $Z$ to have the largest deviations from the $Z$ for an ideal gas?

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