# Deviations from the Ideal-Gas Equation. For carbon dioxide ## Problem 18.12 Chapter 18

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Problem 18.12

Deviations from the Ideal-Gas Equation. For carbon dioxide gas the constants in the van der Waals equation are and (a) If 1.00 mol of gas at 350 K is confined to a volume of find the pressure of the gas using the ideal-gas equation and the van der Waals equation. (b) Which equation gives a lower pressure? Why? What is the percentage difference of the van der Waals equation result from the ideal-gas equation result? (c) The gas is kept at the same temperature as it expands to a volume of Repeat the calculations of parts (a) and (b). (d) Explain how your calculations show that the van der Waals equation is equivalent to the ideal-gas equation if is small.

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Chapter 9 from “Introductory Chemistry” by Zumdahl and Decoste, 7 /8 editionth Pg 203. INFORMATION GIVEN BY CHEMICAL EQUATIONS *Coefficient in a balanced equation give us the relevant number of molecules Note: we need to focus on the ratio of coefficients not the specific coefficients themselves Ex: The ratio of item when making a sandwich is: 2 bread slices + 3 meat slices + 1 cheese slice...

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