How can we liquefy a gas, for which the value of α is 0?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 17th Jun, 2016, 12:02: PM
Intermolecular forces are absent If the value of α is 0. Hence, the gas cannot be liquefied.
Answered by | 17th Jun, 2016, 02:02: PM
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