SCIENCE 1

the van der waals equation incorperates coreections for the ideal gas law in order to account for the properties of real gases. one of the corrections accounts for
A.the average kinetic energy being inversely proportional to temperature

B. the possibility of chemical reaction between molecules

C.THE FINITE VOLUME OF MOLECULES.

D.the quantum behavior of molecules.

E the possibility of phase changes when the temperature is decreased

I am going with C.
Can you confirm please
thanks

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  1. C is correct.

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  2. thankyou so much

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