P= ρRT or PV=nRT With the Ideal Gas law in either form discuss the relationship between Pressure (P), Temperature (T) and Volume (V) and the different ways we experience these effects in daily...

 P= ρRT or PV=nRT

  • With the Ideal Gas law in either form discuss the relationship between Pressure (P), Temperature (T) and Volume (V) and the different ways we experience these effects in daily life in planes, trains, automobiles, and recreation, i.e. what happens to V if we increase P or T.

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If pressure P is increasing with the temperature costant, then volume will decrease. Also if we increase temptrature T, keeping pressure constant ,volume will increase. Volume is directly proportional to rise in temperature T and inversely proportional to increase in pressure.

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