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Why does a car get low tire pressure in the COLD…what two variables are to blame?
Azariah fills two balloons with the same amount of helium gas. He places one of his helium balloons in the freezer. After twenty minutes, he removes the balloon from the freezer and notices that it is smaller than the balloon that stayed at room temperature. His balloons are shown below.
from the freezer room temperature
How does Azariah correctly explain the difference in the size of his balloons?
Which of the following is most affected by a change in pressure?
The graph below displays the volume and pressure of a sample of a gas.
What relationship does the graph show between volume and pressure?
Three identical bottles of soda are used in an experiment. One of the bottles is left at room temperature, another is cooled, and another is heated. Next, the bottles are opened and balloons are placed on top to capture the escaping gas. The temperatures and results are shown.
Which statement is true about the warmest bottle?
What 2 variables are used in a Hot Air Balloon? [Hint: Space and Heat]
What Gas Law would a Hot Air Balloon “follow”
[Hint: Space and Heat]
When the temperature is constant (k) inside a balloon, if you add pressure on it, the volume will …..
Opening a soda can is an example of what Gas Law?
[Hint: space and force]
What is the name of the law that involves these two variables:
Temperature increases // Pressure increases
What variable is constant (k) in Boyle’s Law?
Which Gas Law is inversely proportional?
Select all gas laws that are directly proportional?
What three variables are in the Ideal Gas Law?
If a balloon is cooled what will happen to the volume?
The following graph shows ______ law.