tried to think about these from all different angles but still can't understand the reason why each of the following happens: 1) at moderately high pressure, a gas's volume is less than predicted. why? no clue!! 2) at extremely high pressures, a gas's volume is more than predicted. why? is this reffering to the volume of the cotainer or the volume of the individual gas particles??? i think it's the case where you violate the kinetic molecular theory, where under hi pressure the volume of the individual gas particles become more significant (therefore higher volume than predicted) since the distance between each of the particles is less significant than it used to be under low pressure, am i correct??