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Q: What will happen to temperature if volume is halved?
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What will happen to the volume of gas if temperature is halved?

if kelvin temp is halved, the volume is halved if pressure is constant.


What would happen to pressure when the volume of gas was halved?

halved


What will happen to the volume of the gas if you double the pressure?

The volume of the gas is halved.


If the pressure exerted on a confined gas is doubled then what is going to happen to the volume of the gas?

the volume is halved


What will be effect on the volume of an ideal gas if the pressure is doubled and the absolute temperature is halved?

The volume is now 1/2 of the initial volume.


When the pressure exerted on a confined gas at a constant temperature is doubled the volume of the gas is?

halved


If the volume is halved from 20.00ml to 10ml what does your data show happens to the pressure?

I don't have your data! If you are talking about a gas, the general tendency is that if the volume is halved, and other factors like the temperature don't change, the pressure will double.


How will the volume of a fixed sample of gas change if the pressure is doubled and its Celsius temperature is halved?

It will remain constant


What happens to the volume of a gas - if the temperature of the gas decreases?

V=RT/p so it depends on how much the decrease is: if both are halved then volume is unchanged!


If temperature decreases and the pressure decreases what happens to the volume of a gas?

V=RT/p so it depends on how much the decrease is: if both are halved then volume is unchanged!


According to Charles law what happens to the volume of a gas is its absolute temperature is halved while the pressuse it held constant?

decreases


What will happen to the volume of the gas if the pressure is halved and the temperature is quadrupled?

PV = nRT. n and R are constants so originally PV = T or P=T/V If P is halved and T quadrupled P = 4T/(.5V) P = 8T/V P is multiplied by 8 (octupled?)

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