## What happens to the volume of a confined gas if the pressure is doubled and its temperature remains constant?

So **the volume is HALVED**.

## What happens to gas when pressure is doubled?

At constant temperature, if pressure on the gas is doubled **density is also doubled**.

## What do you expect to happen to the volume of gas if its pressure is doubled and its temperature is reduced to half?

The volume of the gas will **increase** by a factor of 2⋅2=4 .

## What will happen to the pressure of confined gas if the temperature of the gas is increased?

Gay Lussac's Law – states that the pressure of a given amount of gas held at constant volume is directly proportional to the Kelvin temperature. If you heat a gas you give the molecules more energy so they move faster. This means more impacts on the walls of the container and **an increase in the pressure**.

## What will happen to the volume of a gas if the pressure increases at a constant temperature?

Boyle found that when the pressure of gas at a constant temperature is increased, **the volume of the gas decreases**. when the pressure of gas is decreased, the volume increases. this relationship between pressure and volume is called Boyle's law.

## Is the pressure is doubled what happens to the volume?

Answer and Explanation: According to the Boyle's law, If pressure doubles, **volume should be halved**.

## What happens if the volume is doubled?

So on doubling the volume **the temperature gets doubled**.

## What happens to the volume of a confined gas if the absolute temperature doubles and the absolute pressure is reduced by one half?

Thus, doubling the Kelvin temperature and halving the pressure **quadruples the volume**.

## What would happen to the volume of a gas if the pressure on that gas were doubled and then the absolute temperature of the gas were doubled?

Assuming the volume is held constant, what happens to the pressure of a gas when the absolute temperature doubles? **It is doubled**. Assuming pressure and temperature are held constant, what happens to the volume of a non-rigid container when number of molecules in the container is doubled? The volume doubles.

## What happens to the volume and pressure of gas if its temperature increases?

We find that temperature and pressure are linearly related, and if the temperature is on the kelvin scale, then P and T are directly proportional (again, when volume and moles of gas are held constant); **if the temperature on the kelvin scale increases by a certain factor, the gas pressure increases by the same factor**.

## What would happen to the pressure of a gas if the temperature increases while the volume is held constant?

Gay Lussac's Law – states that the pressure of a given amount of gas held at constant volume is directly proportional to the Kelvin temperature. If you heat a gas you give the molecules more energy so they move faster. This means more impacts on the walls of the container and **an increase in the pressure**.

## What happens when volume of the gas doubles?

Pressure is inversely proportional to volume. Thus, when volume is doubled, **the pressure is halved**.

## When the volume of the container doubles what happens to the pressure?

1) T = constant So, in this situation, if the volume is doubled, **the pressure must go down by one-half**.

## When the pressure has been doubled it means that the volume is?

According to the Boyle's law, If pressure doubles, **volume should be halved**.

## What happens to the volume of a gas when the amount of the gas doubles and all other variables are constant?

**It is doubled**. Assuming pressure and temperature are held constant, what happens to the volume of a non-rigid container when number of molecules in the container is doubled? The volume doubles.

## What happens to volume when temperature and pressure are both doubled?

This case gives us V = (const)T. Doubling the absolute temperature of a gas also **doubles its volume**, if the pressure is constant, and vice versa.

## What happens to the volume of a gas if the pressure is increased?

The Relationship between Pressure and Volume: Boyle's Law As the pressure on a gas increases, **the volume of the gas decreases** because the gas particles are forced closer together.

## What happens to the volume the gas occupies when the pressure on a gas increases?

The inverse relationship between pressure and volume is known as Boyle's law. constant temperature, the volume of the gas increases as the pressure of the gas decreases and **the volume of the gas decreases** as the pressure of the gas increases.

## What would happen to the volume of a gas if the pressure on that gas are doubled and then the absolute temperature of the gas was doubled?

Solution : From Qiarles law and Boyle's law,<br>`V propto T` and V propto `1/p`<br>If the temperature is doubled, the volume also gets doubled. If pressure is doubled, then **volume gets reduced to half**. Thus, the new volume of the gas will be same as the initial volume.

## What happens to the volume of a gas if both the pressure on the gas and its Kelvin temperature are doubled?

Doubling a gas's pressure will halve its volume if other variables are held constant. So the effect on volume of doubling pressure cancels out the effect of doubling Kelvin temperature, and the net result is that **the gas's volume will stay the same**.

## What will happen to the volume when pressure is increased What will happen to the pressure when volume is increased?

when the pressure of gas is decreased, the volume increases. this relationship between pressure and volume is called Boyle's law. So, at constant temperature, the answer to your answer is: **the volume decreases in the same ratio as the ratio of pressure increases**.

## What would happen to the volume of a gas if the pressure on it were decreased and then the gas’s temperature were increased?

when the pressure of a gas at constant temperature is increased, the volume of the gas decreases. when the pressure is decreased, **the volume increases**.

## What happens to the volume the gas occupies when the pressure on a gas increases o It has no effect on it o It decreases o It increases?

If the pressure on the gas increases, the volume of the gas does not increase. Instead, **the volume decreases**.

## What happens to the pressure exerted by the gas molecules if the volume decreases given that the temperature is constant?

The reduction in the volume of the gas means that the molecules are striking the walls more often **increasing the pressure**, and conversely if the volume increases the distance the molecules must travel to strike the walls increases and they hit the walls less often thus decreasing the pressure.

## When the pressure of a gas is doubled the volume of the gas will doubled True or false?

**Doubling the pressure of gas at constant temperature will halves the volume occupied by the gas**. Hence, the given statement is false.

## What happened to the volume when the pressure is increased?

In other words, the volume "V" is inversely proportional to the pressure "P". Thus, if the pressure "P" increases, **the volume "V" will decrease**.

## What happens to the volume when the pressure doubles?

For a fixed mass of gas at constant temperature, the volume is inversely proportional to the pressure. That means that, for example, if you double the pressure, you will **halve the volume**. If you increase the pressure 10 times, the volume will decrease 10 times.

## What happens to the volume the gas occupies when the pressure on the gas increases?

The inverse relationship between pressure and volume is known as Boyle's law. constant temperature, the volume of the gas increases as the pressure of the gas decreases and **the volume of the gas decreases** as the pressure of the gas increases.

## What happens to the volume of a gas when the pressure is increased?

The Relationship between Pressure and Volume: Boyle's Law As the pressure on a gas increases, **the volume of the gas decreases** because the gas particles are forced closer together.

## What happens to the volume of a gas when you double the number of moles of gas while keeping the temperature and pressure constant?

What happens to the volume of gas when you double the number of moles of gas while keeping the temperature and pressure constant? a) **the volume decreases**, but more information is needed. What it he temperature (C) of 2.48 moles of gas stored in 30.0 L container at 1559 mm Hg?