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i think its a and may be c bcz both are non polar and has weak forces of attraction . bt nitrogen has low mass as compared to methanol so may be nitrogen is the right answer.

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Q: Which substance would most behave as an ideal gas at stp choose one answer a n2 b h2o c ch3oh d hf?
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