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A gas said to be an ideal gas if it has following properties:

  1. No intermolecular forces between the gas molecules, i.e., gas molecules do not exert any kind of force on each other.
  2. Size of gas molecules is negligible as compared to the volume occupied by the gas(container's volume).

The concept of ideal gas is theoretical and no gas exists whovh satisfy the above requirements at all the conditions. Thus, all the gases are Real gases but they may behave as ideal under certain conditions of Pressure, Volume and Temperature.

Ideal Gas LawsEdit

Boyle's LawEdit

At a constant temperature(T), the pressure(P) of a given mass(or moles n) of any gas varies inversely with the volume(V). Mathematically: P = k(1/V); for given n and T, k is constant => PV = k

Charle's LawEdit

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The combined Gas LawEdit

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Gay Lussac's LawEdit

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Ideal Gas EquationEdit

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