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Which curve in Fig. 5.2 represents the curve of ideal gas?
A. B only
B. C and D only
C. E and F only
D. A and B only
A gas which obeys gas laws and equation- PV=NRT at all temperature and pressure is called ideal gas. So, in PV vs P graph, straight line parallel to the x-axis at all pressure and constant temperature and PV product is constant. Therefore B is the straight line for ideal gas.
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