An ideal gas is composed of randomly-moving point particles that do not interact with each other. It is a theoretical gas, although most real gases behave like ideal gases at and above standard temperature and pressure. An ideal gas follows the Ideal Gas Law, which states for the gas that pressure (P) multiplied by volume (V) is directly related by a constant (the Gas Constant, R) to the amount of gas (n) multiplied by the temperature(T), or PV = nRT.
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