According to boyle's law, what would happen to the pressure of a gas if the
temperature were tripled as the number of moles and the volume were held
a. the pressure would remain the same.
b. the pressure would be one-third of its original value.
c. the pressure would triple.
d. the pressure would be one-ninth of its original value.
a) The pressure wiil be twice the original value
Pressure in inversely proportional to volume, that means; when one value decreases at the same rate that the other increases, if the temperature and amount of gas remain unchanged within a closed system. The above derived from the same definition of pressure. The pressure is defined as the crashes and frequency of the same agains surface of objects, if certain amount of gas is contained in a recipent, It will crash more times if the volume is minor. The Boyle´s law express this mathematically.
The hotter the object the faster the molecules so if the temperature is doubled the molecules go two times faster making the pressure double. Since the molecules are two times faster the pressure will be two times more because it is two times harder to keep the gas in.
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