Problem: Nitrogen will behave most like an ideal gasA. at high temperature and high pressure.B. at high temperature and low pressure.C. at low temperature and high pressure.D. at low temperature and low pressure.E. at intermediate (moderate) temperature and pressure.

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  • Use the concept of Kinetic Molecular Theory to determine the ideal behavior of N2 gas at a given temperature and pressure
  • The Ideal gas law is a convenient approximation for predicting the behavior of gases.
  • In order to reach ideality for real gases, we have to lessen the interaction of gases since they may either associate or dissociate upon interaction. 
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Nitrogen will behave most like an ideal gas

A. at high temperature and high pressure.

B. at high temperature and low pressure.

C. at low temperature and high pressure.

D. at low temperature and low pressure.

E. at intermediate (moderate) temperature and pressure.

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