Reacting masses and volumes

IB Chemistry: Reacting masses and volumes

When solving many problems in physics at IB Diploma level it is usual to ignore friction. In a similar way when solving problems with gases chemists often tend to treat all gases as if they behave like ideal gases and ignore the fact that they do not. How valid is this assumption?Pressure versus PV/RT for (a) real gases (on the left) at a fixed temperature and (b) nitrogen (on the right) at different temperatures

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