Can water vapor behave like an ideal gas
|II. The gas laws|
Definition of an ideal gas:
1. Rigid spheres are seen as a model for the gas particles under consideration (atoms, molecules), i.e. the gas particles should not be deformable.
2. The collisions of the particles with one another and with the wall should be completely elastic, i.e. no energy whatsoever is lost.
3. The available space should be infinitely large, i.e. the gas can expand infinitely.
4. The diameter of the particles should be infinitely small, i.e. the gas consists of particles whose diameter is very small in contrast to their distance from one another and in relation to the size of the room.
5. The particles have no interactions with one another (no attraction or repulsion), which means that they are electrically absolutely neutral (no dipoles).
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