Chemistry Lab+Help

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Okay, basically what we did in the lab was fill up an empty soda can with about 5mL of water, and we had to heat it up to a boiling point. After that we turned the soda can upside down into a beaker with cold water. After a minute or so, the can just snapped in half.

I have to write a paragraph:

Explain the relationship between temperature and pressure of the gas in the soda can. Contrast the pressure within the can witht he pressure outside the can as it is being heated.

Can someone help me with this?

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    You filled the can with steam, then condensed the steam, bringing a vacumn, so the outside pressure crushed the can?

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