a) The kinetic theory of gas is derived by first considering the forces that one gas particle alone exerts on the face of its container. A statistical approach is then taken to determine the effect of a vast number of gas particles within the container. State i) four assumptions that must be made in the first part of the theory where only one gas particle is considered, and ii) four further assumptions that are also necessary in the second part of the theory as a consequence of there being many gas particles present. b) For a real gas at lower temperatures the attractive forces between gas particles may become increasingly significant. How might the behaviour of such a gas at lower temperatures deviate from the theoretical predictions of the kinetic theory?Explain your answer.

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