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1. Out of all the "8" gases [Argon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Air, Helium, Methane, Carbon Dioxide], which one is the most likely to depart from the ideal gas behavior? Why?

2. Out of all the "8" gases [Argon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Air, Helium, Methane, Carbon Dioxide], which one is the most likely to behave closest to that of an ideal gas? Why?

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