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Offline Richard777

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An average interaction may be represented by two vectors of force. The components of force are arranged in a unique geometry.

This interaction may be scaled up according to the number of moles participating in the interaction giving the total forces of interaction. If three conditions apply to the total interaction, then the VdW equation is easily obtained.

What are the two interacting forces?
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I'm not sure that I understand the question. Can you elaborate please?

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