# What is the relationship between pressure and volume?

For a fixed amount of an ideal gas kept at a fixed temperature, P [pressure] and V [volume] are inversely proportional (while one increases, the other decreases). As pressure …increases and the density increases, the relationship becomes a bit more complex. Increasing pressure will still decrease the volume but it becomes less proportional. If you are at a temperature below the critical point, at some point the pressure will become high enough to cause condensation of a gas to a liquid, or if you are cold enough, the precipitation of the gas as a solid (the reverse of sublimation). In these cases the relationship between pressure and volume has a discontinuity as the phase change occurs at constant pressure.

# What is the relationship between volume and pressure of a gas?

The simplest equation of state for gasses is called the ideal gas law. Although it's not perfect, it's still pretty good. The ideal gas law is stated as PV = nRT, where P is… the pressure, V is the volume (of the container), n is the number of moles of gas in the container, R is a proportionality constant, equal to 0.083145 Pa*L*mol^-1*K^-1 and T is temperature, measured in Kelvin. At sea level, the ambient pressure is roughly 1 atm, which can also be expressed in different units as 760 torr, 101325 Pascals, or 1.01325 bars.

# What is the relationship between the pressure and the volume of a gas?

(Q) What is the relationship between the pressure and the volume of a gas? (A) The Relationship Between The pressure and volume of a gas is Temperature. :D… Simple answer : Temperature

# Relationship between volume and pressure?

That depends on the substance. In ideal gases, volume is inversely proportional to pressure. That is, twice the pressure means half the volume. Commonly, real gases are simila…r to an "ideal gas". Liquids and solids hardly change their volume if the pressure changes. what is the relationship between the volume of air and pressure consider some area(some volume) containing some air molecule, if we are reducing the area of container(ie,volume) keeping the air molecule donot change in concentration/amount. then we can say that now the presure is larger than first case. 42, the answer is always 42 For a fixed amount of an ideal gas kept at a fixed temperature, P [pressure] and V [volume] are inversely proportional (while one increases, the other decreases). As pressure increases and the density increases, the relationship becomes a bit more complex. Increasing pressure will still decrease the volume but it becomes less proportional. If you are at a temperature below the critical point, at some point the pressure will become high enough to cause condensation of a gas to a liquid, or if you are cold enough, the precipitation of the gas as a solid (the reverse of sublimation). In these cases the relationship between pressure and volume has a discontinuity as the phase change occurs at constant pressure.

# What is the relationship between temperature and volume in a close system?

Volume is directly proportional to temperature in a closed system , given the pressure is kept constant.

# Relationship between the volume and pressure of a gas?

inverse relation according to boyle's law- p1v1=p2v2

# What is the relationship between the volume and the pressure of a gas?

what is the relationship between gas and volume of gas

# What is the relationship between pressure and volume in a liquid?

thats a dumb question! are you an engineer?! unbelievable!

# The relationship between pressure and volume is known as?

Relationship exists between the pressure and volume of a gas is known as Boyle's law

# What is the relationship between the pressure and the volume of gas?

For an ideal gas you can use the ideal gas law PV=nRT where P is the pressure, V the volume, n is the amount of the gas, R is a constant and T the temperature. For a non ideal… gas you can use the van der waals equation. They are proportional... when pressure increases, volume decreases. Think of taking an inflated balloon to the bottom of the pool. The deeper you go, the more pressure on the balloon, making it smaller.

# What is the relationship between pressure force and volume?

Pressure is a force applied over an area. Volumes have internal pressures.

# Why does the relationship between pressure and volume exist?

Pressure is due to the bombardment of molecules on the walls of the container. So when the volume is reduced then naturally the surface area will be reduced. Pressure is the f…orce measured per unit area. Hence reducing volume would bring a decrease in its surface area and so the pressure increases. So volume and pressure are getting related.

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# The inverse relationship between pressure and volume is known as?

Boyle's law

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# Is the relationship between pressure and volume direct or inverse?

the relationship between pressure and volume a direct or inverse?

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# The relationship between the pressure and volume of gases is given by what law?

Boyle's Ideal Gas Law: p1.V1 = p2.V2 = constant when temperature and number of moles are kept invariable.

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# What is the relationship between fluid head and pressure in a closed loop system?

Head = (Pressure * specific gravity)/2.31 Head in ft Pressure in pound per in^2

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# What is the relationship between pressure of a gas and volume?

presurre is inversly propotional to volume. as PV=cons.