Pressure increase during the heating of gases with constantvolume
Article no. P1291700 | Type: Experiments
The heating of gases leads to a change in the thermodynamical state, in which pressure and volume can increase. In this experiment air is heated and its expansion observed in a U-tube manometer. The volume is kept constant by moving the arms of the manometer, therefor the thermodynamical change is isochoric.
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