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If temperature is held constant and there's a decrease in volume, the same amount of molecules will be moving in a smaller space and will collide more often, leading to an increase in pressure. If volume increases, molecules will have more space and collide less frequently, decreasing pressure.
504999222 wrote:If the pressure goes up, would that mean the volume would go down?
Believe it depends on which container and context, but from what I’ve seen in the lecture, yes. It’s like, if you double the pressure, then you halved the volume. Hope this helps. :)
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