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# According to the ideal gas law what happens to the volume of a gas when the number of moles doubles?

The volumes doubles

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NOT THE RIGHT ANSWER .. its actually the volume is doubled halved
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When the number of moles of a gas doubles and all else is constant, then the volume also doubles.

If the pressure doubles, the volume will be halved. This is according to Boyles Law when the temperature is constant (and the number of moles is constant). Thus, P1V1 = P2V2.

According to Avogadro's Law, the number of moles is proportional to the volume. Therefore, if the number of moles of gas decreases, the volume also decreases.

Density = Mass / Volume The amount of matter in the balloon does not change when it is heated and the volume doubles so the result is the density is halved.

If the volume doubles, then obviously the density will be reduced by a factor 2.If the volume doubles, then obviously the density will be reduced by a factor 2.If the volume doubles, then obviously the density will be reduced by a factor 2.If the volume doubles, then obviously the density will be reduced by a factor 2.

If the height of a cube doubles and the new object is to remain a cube, all its other dimensions must also double. The volume then increases by a factor of 23 = 8. If only the height doubles, the cube changes to a square prism, and in that instance, the volume doubles.

When temperature increases, volume of gases increases, according to Charles's law.

When pressure double, the volume halves. However this is only true if the number of molecules and the temperature are both in a constant state.

pv=nrt if temp and pressure double, the equation is sound, and volume remains constant.

Density automatically increases with mass if volume remains constant. If the amount of mass in a given volume doubles, the density of the substance in that volume has doubled.

P1V1/T1 = P2V2/T2 so if the pressure doubles and is allowed to isothermally rather than adiabatically, the volume halves.

If pressure remains constant, the volume will double. The particles absorb the heat as kinetic energy which causes them to collide and tyr to push farther apart increasing the volume. If the volume remains constant, then the pressure doubles.

The density decreases by half. You find the answer by knowing that density is equal to mass divided by the volume. If the mass stays constants and the volume is doubled, then the density is halved.

According to Charles law, the volume of gas decreases with lower temperatures and increases with higher temperatures

It would be half of the original volume. As you reduce the volume the pressure would increase and at half the original volume the pressure would be doubled.

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