CHARLE’S LAW
What will happento the volume ofthe trapped airinside thiscontainer??- increases- decreases-same????
Relationship Between V and T When the temperature increases because of sun:     The molecules move faster     The avera...
Charles’ Law Charles’ Law state for constant mass and pressure:   “Volume directly proportional to its absolute    tempe...
Charles’ Law In mathematical equation:   V = constant    T                              V1    =     V2   So we can conc...
Experiment of heated
Volume against Temperature (⁰C)                  Volume                   O -273⁰C                    100⁰C   ɵ/⁰C
Volume against Temperature (K) Volume                 Now we get!!           V directly proportional to            Absolut...
Absolute Zero Temperature Absolute Zero temperature can be define as               The lowest possible               temp...
Convert Celsius to Kelvin    ɵ⁰C is equal with (ɵ + 273) K   Example:          What is 27⁰C in Kelvin??                   ...
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Example
Solution
Example    3                                           ?                                       3               V1   V2   ...
Closure What is the relationship between temperature with Volume?? What is absolute zero define as?? What is Charles’ L...
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Chapter 4.4(charles' law)

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Chapter 4.4(charles' law)

  1. 1. CHARLE’S LAW
  2. 2. What will happento the volume ofthe trapped airinside thiscontainer??- increases- decreases-same????
  3. 3. Relationship Between V and T When the temperature increases because of sun:  The molecules move faster  The average kinetic energy also increases Therefore, the molecules will push the cylinder upward.
  4. 4. Charles’ Law Charles’ Law state for constant mass and pressure:  “Volume directly proportional to its absolute temperature”
  5. 5. Charles’ Law In mathematical equation:  V = constant T V1 = V2  So we can conclude: T1 T2 Must use in Kelvin
  6. 6. Experiment of heated
  7. 7. Volume against Temperature (⁰C) Volume O -273⁰C 100⁰C ɵ/⁰C
  8. 8. Volume against Temperature (K) Volume Now we get!! V directly proportional to Absolute Temperature O ɵ/K
  9. 9. Absolute Zero Temperature Absolute Zero temperature can be define as The lowest possible temperature that is -273 ⁰C or 0K
  10. 10. Convert Celsius to Kelvin ɵ⁰C is equal with (ɵ + 273) K Example: What is 27⁰C in Kelvin?? 300K
  11. 11. Lets see physics in action!!! Lets Watch video >>>
  12. 12. Example
  13. 13. Solution
  14. 14. Example 3 ? 3 V1 V2 = T1 T2 1.2 1.26 = (24+273) T2 T2 = 311.85 K = 38.85 ⁰C
  15. 15. Closure What is the relationship between temperature with Volume?? What is absolute zero define as?? What is Charles’ Law Formula??

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