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    Does anyone know the Van der Waal/Covolume/Molecular Volume of CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) and N2 (nitrogen) in metres cubed?


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    This page gives the van der Waals volume of N2 as 64.98 A3 = 6.5 x 10-29m3

    This page gives the van der Waals "b" parameter for CO2 as 42.69 x 10-6 m3mol-1 so the van der Waals volume is 7.09 x 10-29m3 (= b/Avogadro's number)


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    Thanks a bunch mr Demon, by the way what does A3 mean (I've seen it presented as the units), that's something that confused me?
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    It's cubic Angstroms
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    Thank You.
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