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If the pressure of a gas doubles, how does the absolute temperature change?

 Sep 28, 2018
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\(pV = n R T\)

 

\(T_1 = \dfrac{pV}{nR} \\ T_2 = \dfrac{2pV}{nR} \\ \dfrac{T_2}{T_1} = 2\\ \text{i.e. the temperature doubles when you double the pressure}\)

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 Sep 28, 2018
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thx soo much

SmartMathMan  Sep 28, 2018

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