Problem: An ideal gas differs from a real gas in that the particles of an ideal gas   a. have very large molecular volume b. are assumed to occupy an infinitely small volume c. have a molecular weight of zero d. generally have no kinetic energy e. do not exert any pressure

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An ideal gas differs from a real gas in that the particles of an ideal gas

a. have very large molecular volume

b. are assumed to occupy an infinitely small volume

c. have a molecular weight of zero

d. generally have no kinetic energy

e. do not exert any pressure

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