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At 320 K and 16 atm pressure, the molar volume of ammonia, NH3 is about 10% less than the molar volume of an ideal gas. The best explanation for the actual volume being much smaller is (a) the volume occupied by NH3 molecules is significant (b) the attractive molecular forces are significant (c) a significant amount of NH3 decomposes to N2 and H2 (d) ammonia is a real gas not an ideal gas (e ) no correct answer