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Calculate the percent deviation from ideal behavior for 0.85 mol of CO2 gas in a 1.20 L container at 45.0°C, which exerts a pressure of 19.2 atm.

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  1. Use the ideal gas law and solve for P.
    Use the van der Waals equation and solve for P. Compare the two.
    %deviation = [(delta P)/(Pvan der waals]*(100 = ?

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