﻿   The equation of state of a real gas can be expressed as   Where P is the pressure, V the volume T the absolute temperature and a, b and c are constants. What are the dimensions of a? : Kaysons Education

# The Equation Of State Of A Real Gas Can Be Expressed As   Where P Is The Pressure, V The Volume T The Absolute Temperature And a, b and c are Constants. What Are The Dimensions Of a?

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