guys i was recently checking the answers,(i am scoring above 200 which will get me a good rank atleast) but the main point was almost all the coaching classes have commited blunder in one aieee-2011 question.
the question in which values of "a" and "b" is asked for CL2 AND ETHANE, most classes have written that "a" for cl2 is greater than ethane but "b" for cl2 is less than ethane. I WILL ONLY SAY THIS FUCK OFF.
no volatile liquid in this world can have these type of values, the order of "a" and "b" are same for all gases any gas which has high value of "a" in comparison to other then its "b" is also higher than other gas.
My father is prof in DU and he has clearly state that no gas i repeat no gas(or volatile liquid) will have such values where "a" is greater than other but "b" is smaller than it.
this is all fake , i want to ask you guys is it possible to have such values and if yes then plz provide some values.