# How pressure cooker follows ideal gas equation?

we know that if the external pressure increases so the boiling point increases too therefore pressure cookers are used at higher altitudes where there are generally low external pressure so pressure cookers provide artificial pressure and food can be cooked earlier

### What equation represents the pressure of a gas under ideal conditions?

The Ideal Gas Law, equation PV = nRT relates the pressure to the constant R, where P is pressure, V is volume, n is number of moles, and T is temperature. Boyle's Law provides a relationship between the volume of a gas and its pressure where temperature is constant. The equation is PV = k where P is the pressure of the gas, V is the volume of the gas, and k is a constant…

### What is the Ideal Gas Law?

The Ideal Gas Law is the equation of state of a hypothetical ideal gas. The state of an amount of gas is determined by its pressure, volume and temperature. The modern form of the equation is: pV = nRT where p is the absolute pressure of the gas; V is the volume; n is the amount of the substance; R is the gas constant; and T is the absolute temperature. apex- a law describing the…

### What is the pressure of the gas when the volume is 60 CM3?

Pressure of a gas depends on more than volume. You must also know the temperature and the amount of gas in moles. PV = nRT is the equation for the Ideal Gas law. R is a constant (like pi for circles). so if you know all the variable conditions in the equation except pressure, you can solve for pressure.

### 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…

### What is the ideal tire pressure for cooper discoverer ht tires?

The ideal pressure is the pressure recommended by the manufacture of the vehicle the tires are mounted on. Look in the owners manual and on the drivers door post for the ideal pressure. The pressure listed on the tire sidewall is NOT the correct pressure it is the maximum pressure the tire can handle.

### If the temperature is colder is there less or more air pressure?

Assuming that air behaves like an ideal gas, the equation PV=nRT (ideal gas law) shows that pressure (P) is directly related to temperature (T) if the volume and amount of gas is held constant. Therefore, a decrease in temperature will cause a decrease in air pressure if volume and amount of air is constant.

### What is the relationship between volume and pressure in an enclosed space?

That depends on the material in that space. A rough approximation would be to assume the gas is ideal, in which case you can use the Ideal Gas Equation, PV=nRT. This equation is most accurate at low pressure and high temperature. To accurately calculate the correlation for a real gas requires cubic equations of state such as the Redlich-Kwong equation or others. Since there is no mass transfer and it is a closed system (constant…

### How does heating air affect it's density and pressure?

By simply looking at the ideal gas equation, PV = nRT, if all else remains constant then as you heat up air, the Pressure will INCREASE as well. Density is mass per unit Volume or (m/V) = D By substituting into the ideal gas equation you get, (PD)/m.= nRT This shows that Density will also.INCREASE along with temperature, given all else remains constant.

### How R in ideal gas law become 62.4?

According to the ideal gas law, PV = nRT, where P is pressure, V is volume, n is moles (mol), T is temperature, and R is the gas constant. If you know everything except R, solve it by manipulating the equation as follows: R = PV/nT. The value of the gas constant R depends on the units used for pressure, volume and temperature. At a pressure of 760 Torr or 760 mmHg, and a temperature…

### How is the ideal gas law equation 'PV equals nRT' derived?

The ideal gas law, PV = nRT, is based on the fact that pressure is proportional to both the number of gas moles present and the temperature, but inversely proportional to volume. By rearranging the variables and finding the constant for the equation (represented by R) through experiment, we can establish the above relationship.

### State the ideal gas law?

the equation of state for simple gases: pressure = (k × density × temperature)/(molecular weight of the gas). In other words if that does not help; the ideal gas law is expressed by PV = nRT, where P ~ pressure, V = volume, n = moles of the gas, R = the universal gas constant, and T = absolute temperature

### What will happen if we do not assume idal gas equation in deriving boyle's and charle's law?

Boyle's and Charles' laws where not derived from the Ideal Gas Equation. The opposite is true. Boyle's and Charles' laws and a few other laws are used to derive the Ideal Gas Equation. Boyle's and Charles' laws are based on the authors observations of the behaviour of gases. They give a fair prediction at relative low pressures and high temperatures with respect to the gas Critical Pressure and Temperature. A real gas at a given…

### What is the volume of H2 gas at -273 degree celsius?

273 degrees celsius is absolute 0, which cannot be achieved theoretically, however, the answer to your question is 0 (as goes for any gas, but here's another mind boggler for you: it won't be a gas at absolute 0 either) more complex explanation below: _________________________________________________________ The ideal gas is only ideal, if it follows this mathematical rule (the ideal gas law). Dividing it by the pressure, you get: Volume = Mass * Some Constant *…