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I know that in a closed container, pressure increases as temperature increases, but I am having trouble trying to explain it mathematically. I did some searching around and came up with this formula: PV = nRT. I am having some trouble trying to apply this to my scenario;
closed volume - 496.5 cu-inche (~.5 L)
Temperature - 120* F
Pressure - 6 psi (~.41 bar)
The volume remains constant. What would the pressure be if the temperature increased to 900* F?
closed volume - 496.5 cu-inche (~.5 L)
Temperature - 120* F
Pressure - 6 psi (~.41 bar)
The volume remains constant. What would the pressure be if the temperature increased to 900* F?