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How fair is it to say that all chemistry arises from failures of the ideal gas law?
I was reading here about how the ideal gas law assumes point masses and non-interaction. Is it fair to say that all chemistry arises from failures of that? Of course, such a sweeping generalization ...
Apr 30 '13 at 19:12
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