# Charles' Law

Charles' Law, a fundamental principle in thermodynamics, describes the relationship between the volume and temperature of a gas at constant pressure. Formulated by French scientist Jacques Charles in the late 18th century, it states that the volume of a gas is directly proportional to its absolute temperature, provided the pressure remains constant. This law is vital in understanding the behavior of gases under various conditions and is often applied in fields ranging from chemistry and physics to engineering and meteorology.

Questions

- If chlorine gas has a volume of 465mL at 50°C ,what is the volume if the temperature decreases to 30°C?
- A balloon is filled with 3.50 L of water at 24°C and 2.27 atm. The balloon in the figure is placed outside on a hot day. What is the volume of the balloon, assuming constant pressure?
- A gas expands from 35 ml to 70ml. if the temperature was at 22 Celsius, what will the final temperature be?
- What is the relation to absolute zero in Charles' law?
- A container of oxygen has a volume of 349 mL at a temperature of 22.0°C . What volume will the gas occupy at 50.0°C?
- If a sample of gas occupies 6.80 L at 325°C, what will be its volume at 25°C if the pressure does not change?
- If a helium balloon is placed in a cold freezer, what happens in the balloon?
- Which gas law states that the volume of a gas is directly proportional to its temperature?
- How Charles' law was discovered?
- A gas thermometer contains 250 mL of gas at 0° C and 1.0 atm pressure. If the pressure remains at 1.0 atm, how many mL will the volume increase for every one celsius degree that the temperature rises?
- How can I graph Charles' law?
- A balloon filled with oxygen gas occupies a volume of 5.5 L at 25°C. What volume will the gas occupy at 100.0 °C?
- At constant pressure, how should the volume of a gas enclosed in a piston evolve when the absolute temperature is DOUBLED?
- A sample of carbon dioxide gas at a pressure of 1.07 atm and a temperature of 166 °C, occupies a volume of 686 mL. If the gas is heated at constant pressure until its volume is 913 mL, the temperature of the gas sample will be ? °C.
- A sample of oxygen occupies a volume of 160 dm3 at 91° C. What will be volume of oxygen when the temperature drops to 0.00° C?
- Why is Charles law important to hot air balloonist?
- What will be the new volume of a 250 mL sample of gas at 300 K and 1 atm if heated to 350 K at 1 atm?
- How will the volume of a gas be affected if the pressure is tripled, but the temperature remains the same?
- How do we know which universal gas constant, #R#, is to be used in a gas law problem?
- A helium balloon has a volume of #"2600 cm"^3# when the temperature is #21^@"C"#. What is the volume of the balloon after it’s placed in a freezer with a temperature of #-15^@"C"#?