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Van der Waals had stated that at high pressure, pressure exerted by ideal gas on the walls of container is more than real gas.
However in this graph, one can clearly see that, the at high pressure volume of real gas tends to be more than volume of ideal gas. Hence real gas should be exerting more pressure on the walls of the container, as it occupies more volume. So why does this not hold true?