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at 1 atm and 200k, which of the following gases would deviate the most from the behavior predicted by the ideal gas law?

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at 1 atm and 200k, which of the following gases would deviate the most from the behavior predicted by the ideal gas law?

a. H2

b. O2

c. N2

d. Cl2

e. F2

explain why Cl2 is correct and why the others are incorrect. I need this answer fast, I will even tip!

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because CI2 is the one furthest in the periodic table. it has largest atomic structure and... View the full answer

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  • of all the options given, Cl2 liquefy at relatively low pressures due to its being farthest in the periodic table hence large atomic structure and hence weak molecular forces
    • jackbed
    • Dec 01, 2016 at 1:07pm

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Cl2.  Chlorine properties greatly deviates from properties of ideal gas.  Chlorine contains largr atoms... View the full answer

This question was asked on Dec 01, 2016 and answered on Dec 01, 2016 for the course CHEM 110 at Penn State.

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