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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
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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 .
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321Ideal gas limit: 1 when or011of of real gases can be Taylor expanded in powers of1( )()second virial coeffic1( )( )thiaround 0ient( )11D TB TPVPVZVnC TVC TRTRTVVVZBVTZVæöç÷èøæöç÷èø==®® ¥®==++++=ç÷èø=æö!()fourth virial coefficientConvergerd viriance:l coefficientDT=1>> B(T)>> C(T)>> D(T)Virial Equation of StateToday in Chemistry 260Ideal GasesReal Gases• CompressabilityEquations of Statevan der WaalsVirial EquationNext in Chemistry 260• Reading: Chang 2.6-9 (We are skipping 5)• Kinetic theory of gases