Charles’ Law
Temp vs volume relationships
Temperature and volume are directly related.
• Pressure is held constant
• If temp increases:...
Absolute zero
• 0 Kelvin
• Temperature where the volume of a gas becomes
zero.
• K = 0 C + 273
• Must use Kelvin temps whe...
• What would happen to a balloon on a cold day?
• What would happen to a balloon on a hot day?
• Why?
• Charles Law video
• You buy a 2 L helium balloon and put it in the
car. The temp in the store is 22 0C and the temp
in the car is -50 C.
• W...
• Egg in a bottle
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Pressure & Temperature

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - Pressure & Temperature

  • 1. Charles’ Law
  • 2. Temp vs volume relationships Temperature and volume are directly related. • Pressure is held constant • If temp increases: volume increases • If temp decreases: volume decreases • V1 = V2 T1 T2
  • 3. Absolute zero • 0 Kelvin • Temperature where the volume of a gas becomes zero. • K = 0 C + 273 • Must use Kelvin temps when solving Charles’ Law problems!
  • 4. • What would happen to a balloon on a cold day? • What would happen to a balloon on a hot day? • Why?
  • 5. • Charles Law video
  • 6. • You buy a 2 L helium balloon and put it in the car. The temp in the store is 22 0C and the temp in the car is -50 C. • What will be the new volume of the balloon?
  • 7. • Egg in a bottle