exercise 2.3 (data view)

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Lab 2 Exercise 3 Raafia Siddiqui 211098936 Comments (data view) Differences between the Ideal and Van der Waal Equations The ideal gas equation states that PV=nRT and looks at the relationship between the pressure,  volume, temperature and moles of a gas.  The Van der Waal equation is a model that looks at real gas behaviour, its formula being  (P+ n2a/V2)(V-nb)=nRT This model is slightly different from the ideal model because the two parameters a and b take into account the intermolecular forces between the molecules and the volume of the molecules respectively.  The purpose of this spreadsheet is to analyze the differences between the ideal and Vander Waa equations in a situation where n and T are kept constant the V is varied to produce different values of P. 
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Lab 2 Exercise 3 Raafia Siddiqui 211098936 Comments (data view) al
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Lab 2 Exercise 3 Raafia Siddiqui 211098936 PressureVolume (data view) Volume 0.5 6.56 6.46 0.52 6.31 6.19 0.54 6.08 5.95 0.56 5.86 5.72 0.58 5.66 5.51 0.6 5.47 5.32 0.62 5.29 5.13 0.64 5.13 4.96 0.66 4.97 4.8 0.68 4.83 4.65 0.7 4.69 4.51 0.72 4.56 4.37 0.74 4.44 4.24 0.76 4.32 4.12 0.78 4.21 4.01 0.8 4.1 3.9 0.82 4 3.8 0.84 3.91 3.7 0.86 3.82 3.61 0.88 3.73 3.52 0.9
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