You will explore the relationship between volume and temperature as stated in Charless law.
After completing this tutorial, you will be able to complete the following:
Gas particles are in constant motion. Temperature and volume are influenced by this motion under conditions that are constantly changing. When pressure is held constant, temperature and volume have a direct relationship. This means that as temperature increases, the volume of the sample also increases. And as temperature decreases, the volume decreases. The equation that represents this relationship, known as Charles's law, is This equation shows that the conditions of temperature and volume change while pressure is kept constant.
|Approximate Time||20 Minutes|
|Pre-requisite Concepts||Learners should have working knowledge of the kinetic molecular theory and how the number of moles affects a gass volume.|
|Type of Tutorial||Experiment|
|Key Vocabulary||Charles, collision, experiment|