An Ideal Gas, Obeying Kinetic Theory Of Gases Can Not Be Liquefied, Because

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Bhushan Mudliyar 3 Years Ago

An ideal gas, obeying kinetic theory of gases can not be liquefied, because

(1) it solidifies before becoming a liquid

(2) forces acting between its molecules are negligible

(3) its critical temperature is above 0°C

(4) its molecules are relatively small in size.

asked Jun 10 5:27:44 PM

Bhushan Mudliyar

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