• HIGH pressure and LOW temperature. I would think these conditions would lead to the gas changing phase to become a liquid.
  • I have said it before and I'll say it again: DO YOUR OWN HOMEWORK. Seriously, if you have a chemistry textbook, it can't be that hard to find the answer.
  • I'll tell you this much: Gas molecules behave most like Ideal Gases when the molecules interact with each other as little as possible. So how does the temperature affect how the molecules interact with each other? What about the pressure? Now keep in mind that the question is asking you about when gases do NOT behave ideally. So think about what conditions of pressure and temperature cause the molecules to have the most interactions with each other.

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