Volume of diatomic gas, Chemistry

Volume of diatomic gas is less than the monatomic gas , although diatomic gas has 2 moles ( 2 times atomes) than monoatomic gas ??

Ans) The answer is derived by avogadros law where one mole has n(a) molecules and every mole occupies the similar volume.

 

 

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