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lluke9

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PV = nRT

So say I had a bit of Ideal Gas in a completely insulated elastic balloon, and I raised a temperature just a little bit.

PV = nR(2T)

Because this is an elastic balloon, would the volume also double?

P(2V) = nR(2T)

But what if the balloon is really tight? Would the pressure increase because the volume couldn't expand as much?

**But to what extent? How much would the balloon expand?**

(?P)(?V) = nR(2T)

There has to be a sort of limit, depending on the stretchiness of the balloon, right?