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The attraction between the caloric atmosphere of the second molecule and the first molecule. 3. The attraction between the caloric atmosphere of the first molecule and the second molecule. 4. The mutual attraction between the two molecules. Yet, the derivation (and explanation) of the laws of gases rested only on the first force. Even though neglecting the attractive force between molecules may have been reasonable, excluding the other two forces (two and three above) was not obvious. Laplace (1821, p.