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At constant temperature, increasing pressure will decrease volume, and decreasing pressure will increase volume. Increasing volume will decrease pressure, and decreasing volume will increase pressure. This is because there is an inverse relationship between pressure and volume at constant temperature.
It will decrease the volume of the gas.
if pressure increases temperature increases if pressure decreases temperature decrease
For a gas at constant volume, a decrease in temperature will cause a decrease in pressure. There is a direct relationship between the temperature and pressure of a gas at a constant volume.
In the atmosphere increasing the temperature the pressure decrease.
As temperature drops in a constant volume, pressure will decrease.
As pressure increases, if temperature is constant, the gas will decrease in volume.
decrease in pressure
At constant temperature p.V=constant, so pressure INcreases when decreasing the volume.
A loss of gas, or a decrease in temperature.
In an adiabatic process when pressure remains constant but volume is decreased, temperature will increase. If pressure remains constant but volume increases, temperature will decrease
as the pressure decreases the volume of gas increases at constant temperature
At constant temperature and pressure, if the amount of a gas is decreased, then the volume will decrease.
Increasing the the pressure the volume decrease.The law of Boyle and Mariotte: P.V= k
Increasing the temperature of a gas will increase it's pressure ONLY if the volume is held constant.
The density will decrease with an increase in temperature provided the temperature is kept constant. Provided that the pressure remains constant, an increase in temperature will lead to a decrease in density.
Volume & pressure are inversely proportionate, if temperature stays constant volume would decrease at a factor proporionate to the increase in pressure.
That is false. Volume increases when pressure decreases. From Boyle's law, P1V1 = P2V2 at constant temperature, or PV = a constant at constant temperature.
As you decrease the volume, the pressure will increase proportionally, and if you increase the volume, then the pressure will decrease.
The volume decrease.
Increasing the temperature the number of particles remain constant and the pressure increase.
Assuming that temperature is kept constant, pressure will decrease.
In a closed system with constant pressure and no input or output of heat, the gas temperature will remain constant. In that same system, if the pressure is increased, then the gas temperature will also increase. If pressure is decreased, then the gas temperature will decrease.
Temperature would decrease . ( Temperature is directly proportional to pressure if volume is constant )