If pressure increases does the volume of the gas decrease?
Yes , volume will be decreased because density will be increased. We know that density =mass/volume.
If the temperature of a gas remains constant what happens to the pressure when the volume increases?
KEY Bold=Pressure Italicized=volume If you increase the volume, the pressure decreases. If you decrease the volume, the pressure increases. If you increase the pressure, the volume decreases. If you decrease the pressure, the volume increases. This is only valid for the same amount of gas at the same temperature!
PV=nRT V=nRT/P Increases in temperature increase the gas volume, where decreases in temperature decrease the gas volume. Increases in pressure decrease the gas volume, where decreases in pressure increase the gas volume! Its all shown for you in PV=nRT, where n and R are constants (known, set values).
For a fixed mass of gas, the gas will become compressed by pressure and its volume will decrease. This is why pressurized gas containers explode when breached: the container breach eliminates the barrier between the gas compressed by the container and the outside air; the pressurized gas immediately increases the volume it occupies in the explosive decompression until its density equals the density of the regular atmosphere.
Using Boyle's law, P1V1=P2V2, you can see that pressure and volume must be inversely proportional to each other, so when the pressure increases, the volume must decrease. You can also answer this using common sense: if more pressure is applied to a gas, the particles will be pushed closer together, so they will take up less space, so the molar volume of the gas would decrease. Source- I take physics and AP chem
As temperature increases pressure of the gas increases because when temperature increases the gas expands results in increase in pressure. Temperature,pressure and volume are so related with gas As volume increases pressure of gas decreases, As pressure increases the temperature of the gas increases, As temperature increases pressure increases,
Assuming constant amount of gas and temperature, pressure will increase as volume decreases. Conversely, pressure will decrease as volume increases. If you squeeze on a filled balloon, the volume decreases. The pressure of the air on each square inch of the balloon increases, which causes it to eventually pop if the pressure gets too high. Assuming constant amount of gas, a temperature change will already change the volume of the gas. As temperature rises, the…
Inversely proportional means that one variable goes up while the other goes down. Directly proportional means that both variables increase or decrease at the same time. ex: The volume of a gas at constant pressure is inversely proportional to gas pressure, thus this means that as pressure increases, the volume of the gas will decrease. ex: The volume of a fixed amount of gas is directly proportional to absolute pressure, thus this means that when…
The Standard Gas Law; PV=nrt shows, by inspection, if no other variable changes, pressure decrease will result in temperature decrease. And, of course, vice versa. It's important to note that this is not valid in the free atmosphere because this assumes a constant volume. In reality, when air warms, volume increases and pressure will remain the same.
Because as there is a pressure between the gas molecules and as the molecules have more the force of attraction between as they gets closer to each and as the gas is compressed the molecules have less intermolecular force,the pressure the pressure increases pressure increases the volume of the gas gets decrease and according to Boyle's law also V( Volume) is inversely proportional to the temperature V =i\p(inversely propotional) Boyle's law
Will the volume of a gas increase decrease or remain the same if the temperature is increased and the pressure is decreased?
Imposing either of these stimuli to a gas will increase its volume. EDIT: The above answer assumes "pressure" to be the pressure on a gas. "Pressure" typically refers to the pressure of a gas. With this in mind, a decrease in pressure would yield a decrease in volume. So, with regards to your question: if the pressure and temperature are decreased and increased by the same factor, the volume will stay the same. If the…
The pressure and volume of a gas are indirectly proportional. If pressure goes down, volume goes up. If volume goes up, pressure goes down. The pressure and temperature of a gas are directly proportional. If pressure increases, temperature increases. If pressure decreases, temperature decreases. The volume and temperature are also directly proportional. As volume increases, temperature increases. As volume decreases, temperature decreases.