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The van der waals equation incorperates corrections for the ideal gas laws in order to account for the properties of real gases. one of the corrections accounts for
1:The kinetic energy being inversly proportional to the temperature
2:The possibility of chemical reactions between molecules
3:The finite volume of molecules
4:the quantum behavior of molecules
5: the possibility of phase changes when the temperature is decreased
I think that 3 is correct
Can someone please check
thanks
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