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Posted on: 01:08:40 PM on May 1, 2014
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chetan
what are 'a' and 'b' in Van der Waal's equation


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Posted on: 03:47:29 PM on May 1, 2014
van der waals constants.they can be expressed as a function of critical constants. a=27*R^2*t*2/64*p b=R*t/8*p p=critical pressure t=critical temperature R=universal gas constant



Posted on: 08:20:29 PM on May 1, 2014
ok... thanks!



Posted on: 07:53:19 PM on May 24, 2016
a is a vanderwaal's constant which represents the attractive forces. b is also a vanderwaal's constant which represents the co-volume(volume of a gas molecule)





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