Highest boiling point, 239.8 KLargerRepulsions(biggermolecules)a. SO2b. CO2c. H2d. N2Which of these gases would have the largesta?ais a measure of theattractive interactionand would thereforescale with size. SO2alsohas a dipole momentand thus dipole-dipoleinteractionsConcept Questiona. SO2b. CO2c. H2A.CH4B.O2C.H2OD.CCl4E.Ne2.261.345.4719.760.214atm L2mol-2Large molar volumeLarge polarizabilityA.27°CB.54°CC.327°CD.600°CE.13.5°CTVVVMVnMVnMVnOSOOSOSOSOOOµ===2222222222Double the temperature to double the volume.KTO300273272=+=CKTSO!327273600=-=
d. N2Which of these gases would have the largestb?bis a measure of the repulsiveinteraction (or excluded volume)and would therefore scale with themolecular size.Which of these gases would have the largesta?Concept Question
Assuming constant pressure, constant n, at whattemperature will the density of SO2(MW=64) be the sameas the density of O2(MW=32) at 27°C .