which deviation (positive or negative) has more temperature?
Asked by science field | 1st Jul, 2015, 07:04: PM
In order to calculate the temperature of positive and negative deviation first calculate Boyle's temperature. Boyle's temperature depends upon the nature of the gas. Above Boyle's temperature real gases show positive deviation while below Boyle's temperature they show negative deviation in the begining i.e at low pressure but at high pressure they show positive deviation.
Answered by Arvind Diwale | 3rd Jul, 2015, 09:31: AM
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