Hot Air Gas

Jul 10, 2011

What goes on to some ballon that’s filled with a gas or air immersed in serious trouble? Does it contract or expand?

I’m doing an experiment and have to know if the ballon will contract or expand in serious trouble. My theory could it be will expand since the contaminants within the gas are contrasting. Am I on target? Help? Basically wrong please let me know why? Thanks

allows say at 70 levels celsius, how come the ballon expand. Perform the contaminants seperate farther away? do you know the particulars behind this.

WELL IT Is dependent About The Water Temperature… BECAUSE PV=nRT..

THE Greater THE Water Temperature.. THE Greater THE TEMPERATURE THE GAS Within The BALLOON WILL Achieve And Therefore Greater PRESSURE IN BALLOON That Makes IT EXPAND…

BUT… !!!!

Pressure From The WATER About The BALLOON ITSELF Needs To BE Recognized To Determine If This Balloon Mechanism WILL EXPAND OR CONTRACT… Therefore If Pwater > Pgas (=nRT/V) THEN CONTRACT.. And When OTHERWISE THEN EXPAND…

So It’s EASY Knowing THE Water Temperature To Obtain Pgas (IN BALLOON) …. However For PRESSURE OF WATER ON BALLOON Pwater (ON BALLOON)… Is not That Simple To Resolve…

You Should Know HOW DEEP THE BALLON Is Incorporated In The WATER (HOPEFULLY CONSTANT DEPTH)… And It Is EXACT GEOMETERY To Determine Pressure FORCES Functioning On This Balloon Mechanism And Therefore DETERMINE Pwater..

HOPE This Can Help

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