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Boyle's law?

1. How would an increase in temperature effect Boyle's law?

2. If you change the volume of gas from 50ml to 100ml, the pressure of the gas would....

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The first pressure is 25atm and the first volume is 4ml. The second volume is 12ml, what is the second pressure?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Boyle's law states:

    P * V = constant.

    1. Increasing the temperature will do what? Increasing the temperature will either increase the volume or increase the pressure, not both. In fact, increasing the pressure will result in a decrease volume.

    2. Increasing the volume of a gas by two times will result in the pressure dropping by half. PV=constant. If V goes up by 2, P has to go down by 1/2.

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