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respected sir, i have a doubt regarding mole concept chapter... my question is how is pressure directly proportional to temperature

respected sir,
         i have a doubt regarding mole concept chapter...
 my question is how is pressure directly proportional to temperature

Grade:11

1 Answers

Umakant biswal
5359 Points
5 years ago
@ akshat 
i think u can recall this equation 
PV = NRT , THE GAS WHICH OBEYS THIS equation is called as ideal gas . 
and what u need to understand that if we taken volume of the gas as constant , and n and r are always constant in that case , p is directly proportional to t . 
imageine a situation , 
suppose i have a beaker with 6 mole of molecule inside it and its fixed by a piston . 
and i will press that piston downward , in that case i am increaseing the pressure , 
and the area that are avaliable for the random movement of molecule will be decrease in that case , and if so, 
then molecule will collide frequently and due to the friction and collision force , the temp of the system will increased . 
I THINK U UNDERSTOOD IT , 
IF NOT THEN LET ME KNOW , I WILL GIVE ANATHOR EXAMPLE 
ALL THE BEST ..

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