The volume of the gas decreases!
the pressure and the temperature increases, and the volume is reduced.
the pressure is reduced.
Assuming we have no loss of gas from the cylinder, the volume will increase as the pressure decreases.
The pressure at which it yields is reduced as the temperature increases
Assuming your cylinder is fixed and has something like a piston allowing for potential movement, the volume will remain the same. The gas will become less densed, as with pressure its more dense.
the pressure is reduced by 1/2
The pressure will also fall. This may or may not be accompanied by condensation.
When the pressure of a gas is reduced it gets colder.
The pressure is reduced to one third of the original pressure. The pressure will stay the same you are only changing the volume
Assuming temperature is held constant, the volume is reduced by half.
If the volume is reduced, and all else remains the same, then the pressure will increase by a factor of 2, or it will double.
The pressure will increase, proportionally to the decrease in volume. The Gas Law is PV=RT; then PdV + VdP = 0 if the Temperature stays constant.
the pressure is reduced by 1/3
because both reduced temperature and reduced pressure are necessary for liquification of any gas...at room temp if you achieve the corresponding reduced pressure even then the reduced temperature condition is not fulfilled.....so it can not be liquified...univristy of engineering and technology Lahore
Assuming pressure stays constant, the volume decreases by 25%. PV = nRT.
At low temperature and high pressure, the VOLUME of the gas will be reduced.
You have to give ideal pressure and temperature. It liquefied in that conditions.
In a closed system or contained volume (this is the critical part), if temperature decreases, the pressure of gas in that system also decreases (the motion of gas particles is reduced, lowering the force of such particles on the edges of the container).
Liquid changes to gas when pressure is reduced and temperature is increased. When pressure on liquid is reduced, the inter molecular space increases and temperature increases the kinetic energy of the atoms. This changes liquid to gaseous state
Boyle's Law applies to this question. It states that at constant temperature, the volume of a gas is inversely proportional to its pressure. In this case, the volume at 2.0 ATM would be 26 liters.