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Why should it make sense that N 2 exists as a gas? Given your answer, how is it possible to make liquid nitrogen? Explain why lowering the temperature works.

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Why it should make sense that N2 exists as a gas must be explained. How nitrogen can be liquefied and why temperature decrease may work must also be explained.

Concept Introduction:

Intermolecular force is responsible for different physical states of substances.

Explanation

Intermolecular force of attraction in N2 gas is very low and thus it should be gas.

This gas can be liquefied by decreasing temperature and increase in pressure. Liquefaction means decreasing the intermolecular distance and increase in intermolecular attraction. This can be done in two ways

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