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A scientist proposted the following equation of state
P = RT/Vm -B/Vm^2 + C/Vm^3
where B and C are independent of the temperatures. Show that the equation leads to critical behavior. Find the critical constants of the gas in terms of B and C and expression for the critical compression factor

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