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Calculate the molar volume of chlorine gas at 350 K and 2.30 atm using

(a) The perfect gas law and

(b) The van der Waals equation. Use the answer to (a) to calculate a first approximation to the correction term for attraction and then use successive approximations to obtain a numerical answer for part (b).

(a) The perfect gas law and

(b) The van der Waals equation. Use the answer to (a) to calculate a first approximation to the correction term for attraction and then use successive approximations to obtain a numerical answer for part (b).

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