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Solution: The phase diagram for SO2 is shown here. At which of the three red points does SO2(g) behave least ideally?

Problem

The phase diagram for SO2 is shown here.
The x axis is temperature in degrees C, ranging from negative 100 to 300 with intervals of 100. The y axis is pressure in atmospheres, ranging from 10 superscript -1 to 10 superscript 2 in log scale. Above the vapor pressure curve the phase is liquid, Below and to the right of the vapor pressure curve the phase is gaseous. The super critical fluid phase is to the right of the critical point and above the gas phase.

At which of the three red points does SO2(g) behave least ideally?