Why food cooks faster in pressure cooker?
In the pressure cooker the temperature and and pressure are
increased; so the cooking is accelerated.
yes pressure cooker is an example for both charles' law and boyle's. under constant volume temperature is directly proportional to pressure, where the pressure is directly proportional to temperature. so when the stove heats the cooker it increase the in the pressure which in turn increase the internal temprature and cooks the food faster....