Teaching Physics with the Physics Suite

Edward F. Redish

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Avogadro's hypothesis

Why does Avogadro's hypothesis (that a given volume of gas at a given temperature and pressure has the same number of molecules no matter what kind of gas it is) not hold for liquids and solids?

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