If the temperature of the tire rises to 50 celcus and the volume remains constant what is the new pressure?
A gas has a volume of 0.25 liter at a pressure of 1 atmosphere If the volume increases to 0.50 liter and the temperature remains constant the new pressure will be?
The relationship between the volume and the temperature of a gas when pressure remains constant is known as?
Decrease. P 1 V 1 / T 1 = P 2 V 2 / T 2
A sample of oxygen occupies 1.00 L If the temperature remains constant and the pressure on the oxygen is tripled what is the new volume?
The temperature of 100 milliliters of a gas at 200K is increased to 400K pressure remaining constant The new volume of the gas will be?
200 milliliters 200 milliliters
What will happen to the pressure of gas if the temperature remains constant while the volume of the gas is tripled?
The pressure will triple if the amount of the gas is tripled, but if the volume (the space it occupies) is tripled as the question asks, the pressure will decrease by 2/3. …Tell that to the teacher.
If five liters of air at -50 degrees Celsius is warmed to 200 degrees Celsius what is the new volume if the pressure remains constant?
This is a nice question to work with.. For a gas, the product (P x V) is proportional to 'T'. ('Pressure', 'Volume', 'Temperature'). But we have to be careful, because the t…emperature has to be referenced to absolute-zero. For Celsius, that's -273.15.. -50 C = 223.15 K. 200 C = 473.15 K. The change in absolute 'T' was (473.15 / 223.15) = 2.12 times as great (rounded). So the product (P x V) must also become 2.12 times as great.. If 'P' remains constant, then 'V' must become 2.12 times as great = (5 x 2.12) = 10.602 liters. . According to the gas law pV=nRT, given as isobaric situation Volume is directly proportional to temperature.. v1/t1= v2/t2 => v2=v1*t2/t1. v2= 5*(200+273)/(-50+273). v2=5*473/223. v2= 8.663 L
The pressure acting on 50 cubic meters of gas is raised from 200 kPa to 400 kPa The temperature remains constant What is the new volume?
This is explained by Charle's law. . Keeping volume constant, as the temperature increases then the pressure of the gas also increases.
The pressure acting on 500 cubic meters of gas is reduced from 4 ATM to 2 ATM If the temperature remains constant what is the new volume?
1,000 cubic meters..
The pressure acting on 50 cubic meters of gas is raised from 200 kPa to 400 kPa The temperture remains constant What is the new volume?
200 kPa x 50 m 3 = 400 kPa x v v (volume) = (200 x 50) / 400 = 25m 3
What is A sample of gas occupies 1.55L at STP What will the volume be if the pressure is increased to 50 ATM while the temperature remains constant?
A sample of gas occupies 1.55L at STP. What will the volume be if the pressure is increased to 50 atm while the temperature remains constant?
What is the relationship between the volume of a gas and its temperature as the gas pressure remains constant?
The volume will increase in proportion to the increase in absolute temperature.
As temperature drops in a constant volume, pressure will decrease.
This is the Boyle law (or Boyle-Mariotte law).