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# P atm 1.00000 Pv(L atm) 22.2643 0.66667 22.3148 0.50000 22.3397 0.33333 22.3654 0.25000 22.3775 0.16667 22.3897 Data for PV as a function of P for 1...

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P atm 1.00000 0.66667 0.50000 0.33333 0.25000 0.16667 Pv(L atm) 22.2643 22.3148 22.3397 22.3654 22.3775 22.3897 Data for PV as a function of P for 1 mol of CO2 at 0 C is given in the Table above. a. Plot PV as a function of P on a scale sufficiently expanded so that the experimental variations in PV can be observed on the graph. b. From the plot, determine the value of RT at 0 C. c. The plot follows the equation, PV = RT + BP where B is an empirical constant. Determine the value of B. d. On the same sheet plot PV versus P for an ideal gas. e. Calculate the value of PV at 0.90000 atm for 1 mol of CO2 at 0 C using the equation determined in c. above. What would be the percentage error made if you used the ideal gaslaw to calculate PV at 0.90000 atm for 1 mol of CO2 at 0 C ? f. Repeat the calculation in e. but at P = 90.000 atm. Comment on any difference in the percentage error for the two calculations.

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