- As pressure increases, volume decreases.
- When pressure increases, it forces gas particles to move closer to each other. This causes a decrease in the spaces in between them, resulting to a decrease in the volume of the gas.
- As temperature increases, the volume also increases.
- When the temperature increases, the gas molecules become more excited and therefore increases kinetic energy. This causes an increase in the spaces in between the molecules of a gas, resulting to an increase in the volume of the gas.
States that pressure and volume of gas is inversely proportional when the amount and temperature of the gas are constant. When volume increases, pressure will decreased. When volume decreases, pressure will increased. The formula of Boyle's Law is P₁V₁ = P₂V₂.Air is put inside into the balloon; the pressure of that air inside the balloon will pushes the wall of the balloon rubber, the balloon will then expand.
States that volume and temperature (kelvin) is directly proportional when the amount of gas and pressure are held constant. When volume decreases, the temperature of the gas decreases. When volume increases, the temperature of the gas also increases. The formula of Charles' Law is V₁/T₁ = V₂/T₂.During summer season there will be increase numbers of blown tires. Tires heat up during driving and it will be heated up more since it is summer that increases the pressure of the tire and blown-up.
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b.Boyle's Law is is the correct answer.
The answer is letter A. Boyle’s Law the gas law that explains the relationship among the volume, pressure, temperature, and the number of moles of gases. Robert Boyle was the scientist to confirm the relationship between the pressure and volume, although he wasn’t the first one to focus on it. It is said that Boyle’s Law also called Mariotte’s Law, that whenever there is a decrease in volume comes the increase of the gas pressure.
Other things to ponder on Boyle’s Law:Based on gas experiments Boyle succeeded to establish a gas law The gas’ relationship with its pressure, volume, and temperature is inversely proportional By producing constant temperature, comes constant expansion of gas
The other choices states:B. Charle’s Law- Expansion of gas when introduced to heat C. Combined Gas Law-combination of three well-known laws including Boyle’s; Charle’s Law, and Gay-Lussac’s Law. It defines that the product of pressure, temperature, volume is constant D. Ideal Gas Law-the volume of the gas is proportional to its temperature with constant pressure
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(Please note that I rewritten the question below without the multiple choices to make it easier to read and comprehend.)
1. Which example has particles that can be drawn closer to occupy smaller volume?
C. air inside the syringe
The air inside the syringe although not seen can be felt. Try blocking the syringe air passage and you will be able to feel that you can not push the syringe further. This is because the air particles are already being compressed together.
2. Which of the following phenomena does NOT involve the application of gas pressure?
b. falling leaves
When a leaf fall there is only minimal air resistance that is acting upon the leaf. That's why Falling leaf is an example of a freely falling object that the only force affects it is gravity.
3. ...What is the probable explanation for the blown out tire during a long summer drive?
D. The volume of gases increases as the temperature increases, causing a blown up tire.
This can be explained with Charle's Law that as Temperature increases, Volume increases. The continues friction that is acted upon the tire of the car caused the rise in temperature to the tire. Also take note that the scenario illustrated is during the summer.
4. How can you possibly prove that gases have negligible mass?
A. put a balloon in a digital balance before and after you fill it with air
This is the most possible way to weigh air by containing it inside the balloon.
5. What happens to the density of a gas as its volume decreases at constant pressure and temperature?
Lets take into consideration the formula of density which is ρ = mass/volume. by taking mass away from the latter an replacing it with constant k we can infer that the relationship between density and volume is inversely proportional.
For numbers 6 to 8 choices:
a. Boyle’s Law
b. Charles’ Law
c. Combined Gas Law
d. Ideal Gas Law
6. What law explains the mechanism of gas compressor?
a. Boyle’s Law
When the gas compressor pressurizes the air inside the cylinder the volume occupied by the gasses decreases. When it decompresses the volume occupied by air increases.
7. What gas law best explains the explosion of the heated aerosol container?
c. Combined Gas Law
8. What gas law explains the relationship among the volume, pressure, temperature, and the number of moles of gases?
d. Ideal Gas Law
9. What kind of movement is exhibited by gas molecules?
d. combination of a, b and c
Gas particle are freely moving object. It is one property of gas particles to flow in whatever direction or position it is directed.
10. How does the temperature affect the average kinetic energy of gas molecules?
a. as the temperature decreases the average kinetic energy of gas molecules decreases
The friction between molecules causes the gasses to heat up thus the increase in heat.
15. What will happen to the gas pressure as the temperature increases, if the amount and volume of the gas are kept constant?
b. the gas pressure decreases
This is explained in Gay- Lusaac's law that at constant volume, Pressure decreases as Temperature increases.
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