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Which gas would behave mare ideally at the same conditions of pressure and temperature: CO or N 2 ? Why?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Out of CO and N2 which will behave more ideally must be explained along with reason.

Concept Introduction:

An ideal gas has least intermolecular force and very small size.

Explanation

For ideal behavior the gas must have very less intermolecular force and very small size which can be neglected. Out of CO and N2, N2 has lesser intermolecular force as compared to CO. This is because N2 is non-polar but CO has some polarity

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