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In terms of ideal gases, I just know we need it to make assumptions and judgments about what's happening to the gases during equilibrium. Someone else asked which gases were considered to be more "ideal" but I don't think we need to focus so much on the gases being ideal, rather we should focus on the concentrations and other information we gather from the Ideal Gas law and how they add to our understanding of the system's state of equilibrium.
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