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A canister of gas, as used in camping stoves, contains mainly butane under sufficient pressure to cause it to liquify partially, would you expect the gas in the canister to behave as an ideal gas? Explain
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A canister of gas, as used in camping stoves, contains mainly butane under sufficient pressure to cause it to liquify partially, would you expect the gas in the canister to behave as an ideal gas? Explain

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shubhamsrg
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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0An ideal gas never liquifies !

Hesan
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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0The canister was connected to a gas syringe and the wall open slightly to allow some of the gas into the syringe. It was found that 0.200 gm of the gas took up the volume of 96 cubic cm at a temp of 20 degree Celsius and a pressure of 1.02x10^5. Calculate a relative molecular mass of a gas mixture.
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