The dielectric, refractivity, Kerr, and hyperpolarizability second virial coefficients for the helium and argon gases are evaluated for a wide range of temperatures using a semiclassical approach and the high quality frequency-dependent interaction induced electric polarizabilities and second hyperpolarizabilities of the previous paper. For helium and argon we obtain satisfactory agreement with most of the experimental data for the dielectric and the refractivity second virial coefficients. Our results confirm that the helium gas second Kerr virial coefficient is very small at temperatures beyond 70 K. For argon we obtain a very good agreement with a recent experimental determination at 632.8 nm, whereas we suggest that previous experimental results for 458 nm might be inaccurate. The ESHG results indicate a possible disagreement between a recent experimental determination and the semiclassical ansatz for the second hyperpolarizability virial coefficients.

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