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Unformatted text preview: At intermediate separation the potential is negative. At large separation the potential is zero. The compression factor 12 Virial coefficients 13 RT pV p RT V V V Z m m o m m = = = / There is small difference between real and perfect behaviour at high T, low p Model using virial equation of state pV m / RT= (1 + Bp + Cp 2 + ) More convenient expression pV m / RT= (1 + B/V m + C/V m 2 + ) In each case Z = expression in parentheses Critical constants 14 The van der Waals equation 15 2 m m V a b V RT p= V m = V / n 15 Solving the van der Waals equation 16...
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 Physical chemistry, Mole, Partial Pressure, pH

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