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## How do you graph volume and temperature?

The plot in the volume vs temperature (in K) graph is a straight line passing through the origin. The above graph is a volume vs temperature graph plotted as a constant pressure for a fixed amount of gas. As we can observe from the graph the volume increases with an increase in the temperature, and vice versa.

**What is the relation between the temperature and the volume?**

The volume of a given gas sample is directly proportional to its absolute temperature at constant pressure (Charles’s law).

**Which graph represents the relationship between volume and temperature?**

Each line in the graph of volume Vs temperature is known as isobar (Since pressure is constant)….Graphical representation:

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### Who discover the relationship between volume and temperature?

In the late 1700s, Jacques Charles researched this relationship between the temperature of a gas and its volume. He discovered that if the pressure of a gas is held constant, as that gas is heated, its volume will increase.

**What is the relationship between volume and pressure of gases as indicated in the graph?**

The volume of a gas is inversely proportional to its pressure and directly proportional to its temperature and the amount of gas.

**Which graph best illustrates Boyle’s Law?**

The plot of V versus P at constant temperature for a fixed mass of gas would be a rectangular hyperbola. According to Boyle’s law, for a constant mass of a gas and constant temperature, V∝P1.

## Which statement correctly describes the relationship between the volume of a gas and its temperature in Kelvin?

Which statement correctly describes the relationship between the volume of a gas and its temperature, in Kelvin, assuming pressure is held constant? The relationship is directly proportional; as temperature increases, volume increases in the same way.

**What graph do you use for temperature?**

A line graph is also used when there are two variables—but only makes sense when you’re tracking changes over a continuous measurement (e.g., time, temperature, distance). Line graphs are especially useful for illustrating direction (i.e., peaks and dips) rather than magnitude.

**Where does temperature go on a graph?**

x-axis

temperature,” pressure must be on the y-axis and temperature must be on the x-axis.

### Why does volume increase with temperature?

Why does the volume of gas increase as the temperature increase? As temperature of gas molecules increase, they become more energetic, so they move a lot faster and spread out a lot more to occupy more space.

**What is the relationship between volume and temperature of an ideal gas?**

Charles’s law states that the volume of a given amount of gas is directly proportional to its temperature on the kelvin scale when the pressure is held constant.

**How will you describe the graph of volume against pressure?**

The graph of V against 1p is a straight line through the origin. This means that the measured volume is inversely proportional to the pressure — Boyle’s Law.

## Which describes the relationship of the volume of a gas and its temperature?

**What is the formula for volume and temperature?**

V1 = measured volume of water/wort (any unit of volume will work: e.g. quarts, gallons, liters, etc.). V2 = adjusted volume of wort at 68 F in same unit as V1. T = temperature at which V1 was measured in F. Just copy and insert this formula in a spreadsheet directly, add the values for V1 and T, and it will give you the adjusted volume at 68 F (V2).

**What is the relationship between temperature and volume?**

Volume and temperature are linearly related to 1 mole of methane gas at a constant pressure of 1 atmosphere. If the temperature is Kelvin, the volume and temperature are directly proportional. The pressure of a particular amount of gas is directly proportional to the temperature of a particular volume.

### What is the ratio between volume and temperature?

The ratio between the pressure-volume product and the temperature of a system remains constant. ” This can be stated mathematically as where: p is the pressure, V is the volume, T is the temperature measured in kelvin, k is a constant (with units of energy divided by temperature).

**What is the effect of temperature on volume?**

Add more gas. More molecules mean more collisions.