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Jul 1, 2017


Basically, the noble gases at dilute concentrations behave most like an "ideal" gas.


Most types of gases follow the ideal gas laws fairly well away from extremes of concentration, temperature and pressure.

When some molecules in a gaseous state get too close to each other, other mechanisms come into play, such as attraction, that will change the expected calculation results.

A major deviation is fugacity, which must be accounted for in many real-world experiences for practical reasons.