Chemistry
posted by Dan .
What happens to pressure when you increase the temperature
Of a gas?
PV=nRT
if volume is constant, increasing the right side has to increase the left side. Pressure is directly related to absolute temperature, given volume is constant.
Isn't this Charles' Law?
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