Chemistry

Which of the following gases would be most likely to experience ideal behavior at high pressures?
a. F2
b. Ne
c. C2H6

I think the answer is Ne. But I want to make certain.
Thanks

asked by Christine
  1. Ne. Monotonic gases, which have no intermolecular attractions are most suited as ideal gases

    posted by bobpursley

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