Posted by **Jenn** on Thursday, December 7, 2006 at 5:44pm.

It turns out that the van der Waals constant b equals four times the total volume actually occupied by the molecules of a mole of gas. Using this figure, calculate the fraction of volume in a container actually ocupied by Ar atoms (a) at STP, (b) at 100 atm pressure and 0 degrees celsius. (Assume for simplicity that the ideal-gas equation still holds.)

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