No, we cannot except gas inside cooking cylinder to obey ideal gas equation.
1. Cooking gas is in liquid form inside cylinder. This means it is under high pressure and low temperature.
2. Ideal gas equation is valid only for gases at low pressure and high temperature. At low pressure and high temperature, the molecules of gas are far apart, and molecular interactions are negligible. Without interaction the gas behaves like ideal gas. So, cooking gas is not an ideal gas as it in liquified form.
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