What is the relationship between gas volume and temperature?

What is the relationship between gas volume and temperature? Topic: Volume homework
June 24, 2019 / By Arden
Question: I have homework that is due tomorrow. can some one please help me answer this question soon? thanks!
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Trish Trish | 3 days ago
Charles' Law: Assuming that pressure remains constant, the volume and absolute temperature of a certain quantity of a gas are directly proportional. Mathematically, this can be represented as: Temperature = Constant x Volume or Volume = Constant x Temperature or Volume/Temperature = Constant Substituting in variables, the formula is: V/T=K Because the formula is equal to a constant, it is possible to solve for a change in volume or temperature using a proportion: V/T = V1/T1
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because of the fact the question purely asks relating to the relationship between quantity and Temperature, the rigidity isn't a element. bigger Temperature, extra effective quantity....Charle's regulation. quantity is at once Proportional to Absolute Temperature at consistent rigidity. V1 x T2 = V2 x T1. Temperature advance <===> quantity advance and vice-versa.
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If the pressure remains the same: as the temperature goes up, the volume goes up and as the temperature goes down, the volume goes down.
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