# The interactions of the high energy gas particles

When we are talking about the idealization of the gas, why for high temperatures its particles interact less? I would say you have a bigger probability of the collisions among particles.

Quantum effects for very low temperatures or the elastic/inelastic collisions?

I am not sure and I didnt find anything satisfying on the internet.

• At higher temperature they interact more, not less, but at the same time in average more ideally. – Poutnik Jun 22 '20 at 19:13