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Boyle's Law Help?

It is observed that as bubbles rise in a deep of water, the diameter of the bubbles increases. This is best explained by BOYLE'S LAW

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  • KennyB
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    5 years ago
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    Boyle says that P * V is a constant (for a fixed number of moles and at a specific temperature).

    So, a bubble formed lower in the column 'feels' a higher pressure that a bubl;e higher up the column. Increasing P means decreasing V.

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