volume as a function of pressue when liquid is compressed.

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9) when pressure is applied to a liquid, its volume decreases. Assuming that the isothermal compressibility is independent of pressure, derive an expression for the volume as a function of pressure.

10. calculate alpha and the isothermal compressibility KT
i) for an ideal gas
ii) for a gas for which P(Vm - b) = RT

It shows how to derive an expression for the volume as a function of pressure. It also finds alpha and isothermal compressibility for the ideal gas. The solution is detailed and was rated '5/5' by the student who posted the questions originally.

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