Container H below has twice the volume of container G. How will the pressure in the containers compare? Explain your reasoning.,



Container H below has twice the volume of container G. How will the pressure in the containers compare? Explain your reasoning.




Answer:

Explanation:

Assuming that the containers are closed,we can apply Boyles law:

At constant temperature, the volume of a fixed amount of a gas is inversely proportional to its pressure.

Since container H has twice the volume of container G, its pressure would be twice less than container G, given that as volume increases,  pressure decreases.


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