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How can Kelvin scale, in principle, be designed by experiment based on ideal gas law? explain.

How can Kelvin scale, in principle, be designed by experiment based on ideal gas law? explain.

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Sandeep Bhamoo
443 Points
3 years ago
For it you need a cylindrical vessel with a movable piston open to atmosphere now in pv=nrt , p is atmospheric pressure acting on cylinder , n is mole of gas filled which is also constant , r itself is a constant , no volume =area × length ( area is constant throughout in a cylinder) ,hence volume is directly proportional to length, ie. further directly proportional to temperature in kelvin hence temprature can be measured as per length in that cylindrical tube. Please do approve my answer if explained correctly

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