Lab2.3 - Faseeh Riaz Student#210867588 This spreadsheet...

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Faseeh Riaz Student#210867588 Comments This spreadsheet provides a compairson between the van der waals gas pressure and the ideal gas pressure. Different equations were used to calculate each type of pressure, even though the results were similar. A graph has also been created by using the results derived from these equations. These graphs provide the reader with visual compairson for easier understand.The main challenge was to translate the formula into excel syntax. This can be achieved by chaninging the way in which the formula is written. The values required for the equations were also written down and these values were used to create the graph and the numerical repersentation of the various kinds of pressures were created. The formula used for ideal gas pressure was P = nRT/V, each of the letter represents a distinctive entity whose numerical value can be found on the parameters worksheet. For van der waals the following equation was used: P = nRT/(V - nb) - n^2a/V^2. Similarly, the
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2011 for the course ECON 1000 taught by Professor Paschakis during the Spring '08 term at York University.

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Lab2.3 - Faseeh Riaz Student#210867588 This spreadsheet...

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