no the presure would become greater unless the contianer became larger the volume would stay the same
When the temperature of a gas is increased at a constant pressure, its volume increases. When the temperature of a gas is devreased at constnt pressure, its volume decreases.
Normally there is no affect. In a gas, a CHANGE of volume of a single body, will give a change in temperature. If a gas is compressed the temperature will increase. If a gas is allowed to expand, there will be a reduction in temperature. This principle is used in diesel engines, to ignite the fuel by compression and fridges, where an expansion of gas causes cooling.
It would increase in volume. According to Charles' Law, as you increase temperature the volume will increase as well. So if you would put it in a freezer, it would shrink because as you decrease temperature, you decrease volume.
Pressure is defined as the force and number of collisions the particles of gas have with the walls of its container. Temperature is defined as the average kinetic energy of particles of matter. What this means is that when you raise the temperature of a gas, you are raising the average kinetic energy of the particles by providing a source of heat. Because the particles have more kinetic energy, they move faster and more forcefully. Then the particles have more collisions with the container with more force--the definition of pressure.
The volume of a gas will decrease.Let's think of some good examples. How about an air tank? Its volume is very small but the gas it contains could easily fill a small room. How is the volume so small, then? Because the gas is under extremely high pressure.Okay so intuition from every day life tells us increase in pressure means decrease in volume.Examples of temperature? A hot air balloon is filled by a flame that heats the gas inside it. The balloon gets bigger - the volume rises. This is an especially relevant example since the hot air balloon rises due to buoyancy, meaning the air inside it is less dense than the air outside it.Less dense means there is less mass per volume inside it, so again we know that the gas inside the balloon has undergone an increase in volume in response to being heated.So increase of temperature means an increase of volume.The answer to your question, then, is that the volume will decrease (which is actually kinda difficult to do sometimes...but still a theoretical fact).For further reading and understanding, see "Ideal gas law".
According to the combined gas law, volume and pressure are indirectly related. Therefore, if the pressure of a gas increases, the volume will decrease.
As indicated by the Ideal Gas Laws, increasing temperature will tend to increase both volume and pressure. Of course, volume can't always increase, that depends upon the flexibility or inflexibility of the container that the gas is in, and if the volume does increase that will counteract the increase in pressure that would otherwise have happened. Temperature, pressure, and volume are all interconnected in a gas.
The volume of a gas must increase when the temperature of the gas increases.
To increase the volume of a gas * reduce the pressure, or * increase the temperature, or * add more gas
if volume of a gas increases temperature also increases
it would change the pressure exerted by the gas in the container.
decreasing the volume available for the gas or increasing its temperature
If possible, the gas will increase in volume. If it is unable to increase in volume for some reason, it will increase in pressure.
This is the Gay-Lussac law: at constant volume of a gas the temperature increase when the pressure increase.
Increasing the temperature of gas the volume increase.
The volume of gas
Any of the following: increasing the amount of gas; increasing the temperature; reducing the volume.