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Asked in Noble Gases
What would increase the pressure inside a tank of helium gas?
You have several options, including: Increase the temperature of the gas, keeping the volume and mass of gas constant. Decrease the volume of the tank (e.g. with a piston), keeping the temperature and mass of gas constant. Add more gas to the tank, keeping the volume and temperature constant. ...
Asked in Chemistry
What happens when a gas is compressed keeping the temperature constant?
When a gas is compressed, leaving the temperature constant then boyles law has been obeyed. The volume will reduce ...
If temperature increase and volume remain constant what is pressure?
This is explained by Charle's law. Keeping volume constant, as the temperature increases then the pressure of the gas also increases. ...
Asked in Physics
How can you double the frequency of a wave if you have control over both the wavelength and the wave velocity?
You can either halve the wavelength, keeping the wave speed constant; or double the wave speed, keeping the wavelength constant....
What happens to the volume of a gas as the molecules increase if the temperature and volume but not pressure remain constant?
The volume of the gas remains constant, but the pressure increases.
Asked in Chemistry
Can volume of gas change at constant temperature and pressure conditions?
That change is known to be a change of state. Gas becomes liquid. If gas is taken out we can change the volume at constant temperature and pressure conditions. That is mass changes hence volume changes keeping the density constant. ...
Asked in Science
Can the temperature of a gas be increased keeping its pressure and volume constant?
No. If the temperature of a gas increases at least one of the other two values must increase as well. ...
How are the volume and temperature of gases related?
The relation of volume and temperature for an Ideal Gas is given by Charles law of gases that states, that for a given amount of gas it's volume varies directly proportional to his thermodynamic temperature when keeping the gas at a constant pressure. Let P = constant, then V/T = constant. This means that if you double the gas thermodynamic temperature [in Kelvin or Rankine degrees], the volume of the gas doubles. If you cool the gas to half its thermodynamic temperature, the gas volume...
Asked in Chemistry, Science Experiments
What is Boyle's law for the volume of gas?
Gases Boyle's law states that the Volume of a given amount of gas at constant Temperature varies inversely proportional to Pressure. You have a given volume of gas, and you double its pressure keeping Temperature constant, the volume will reduce by half. ...
Asked in Plumbing
Do hot tubs shut off completely while you are in them?
No, the pump will continue to pump water and the heater will work from the thermostat setting keeping a constant temperature. ...
How do you use the ideal gas law to derive the equation for the function PV for an ideal gas undergoing an isothermal process?
The ideal gas equation says that pV=nRT. p = pressure V = volume n = number of moles R = gas constant T = temperature Keeping temperature constant and presuming we don't add or subtract any of the gas, thus keeping the number of moles constant, we have: pV=constant or V=1/const. Where const. = nRT. And this gives the specific curve. ...
Asked in Global Warming, Physics
Why does a blanket keep you warm during winter but prevent ice from melting?
The blanket provided insulation, it prevents or slows down the transfer of heat energy keeping the temperature constant. This applies with keeping heat in (during winter) or keeping heat out (preventing ice from melting). ...
Asked in Chemistry
Why does molarity of solution decrease on raising the temperature of the solution?
Molarity is moles/liters. As temperature is increased, the volume of the solution will increase, making the denominator greater, while keeping the numerator constant, thus decreasing M. ...
When the contact area is doubled keeping the force acting on the body constant the pressure?
when the contact area is doubled keeping the force constant on the boy, there will be less impact on the body . ...
How you increase current by keeping voltage constant?
If voltage is constant, then increasing current requires that resistance decreases. ...