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  1. Photon336
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    @Rushwr @taramgrant0543664 will post in a bit.

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    The numbers for the questions got cut out

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    1.Gas particles approach ideal behavior at low pressure and high temperature, which postulate of kinetic molecular theory is a problem at high pressure? 2.Gas samples approach ideal behavior at low pressure and high temperature which postulate of the kinetic molecular theory is a problem at low temperature?

  4. Photon336
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    please let me know if you can't see the image/answer choices.

  5. sweetburger
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    These are my ideas and forgive me if I am wrong. You definitely want to check with someone else. I believe for question one the postulate would be answer choice B. For question two I believe the answer is choice A.

  6. Photon336
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    yeah these ones were pretty tough

  7. Rushwr
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    is it B and C?

  8. Photon336
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    I don't think for The second one it's D

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    or the first one because the particles are always moving regardless

  10. sweetburger
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    For the second one I thought A. As at low temperature gas molecules will be slower and therefore intermolecular forces would have a much larger affect than if the gasses were moving faster at a higher temp.

  11. Photon336
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    @sweetburger no, i was saying that i don't think the answer is D for either of them

  12. sweetburger
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    oh sorry my bad

  13. Photon336
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    I agree with you 100% though

  14. Rushwr
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    what are the answers given?

  15. Photon336
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    b/c at lower temp there's definitely more attraction between particles than at higher temp,

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    Will post them In a bit guys I don't have the manual with me right now

  17. sweetburger
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    alright

  18. Photon336
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    i'm leaning towards B for the first one

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    what do you guys think?

  20. sweetburger
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    I agree B. is my first choice.

  21. Photon336
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    Will keep this open everyone! gonna post another question

  22. Rushwr
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    So I got it right ? Oh I wasn't that confident on the answer though!

  23. Photon336
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    I'm pretty sure the first one is B.

  24. Rushwr
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    The 1st one I was sure. but 2nd one I had a doubt

  25. Photon336
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    will close this out, but will post answers to this later when I find the book.

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    202 (B) At high pressure there are many gas molecules colliding with the inside walls of the container. this means that there are a large number of molecules which makes the volume of the molecules themselves no longer negligible.

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    203. A the interaction between oparticles becomes more significant when the kinetic energies of the particles are lower at lower temperatures.

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