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1. Out of all the "8" unknown gases, which one is the most likely to depart from the ideal gas behavior? Why?

2. Out of all the "8" unknown gases, which one is most likely to behave closest to that of an ideal gas? Why?

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    I don't what unknown gases you are talking about but see your post above.

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