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## Homework Statement

The ideal gas law from chem is PV = nRT. A process carried out at

__const. pressure__is said to be

*isobaric.*A process carried out at const. temperature is said to be isothermal.

A.) Using limits and the ideal gas law and assuming

__const. number of moles__, show that that the volume of gas in an isobaric process goes to 0 as temperature goes to 0 and that the volume of gas in an

*isobaric*process goes to +∞ as temperature goes to +∞. (Note: this is related to Charles' Law)

## Homework Equations

PV=nRT

Charles Law: V1/T1 = V2/T2 or V2/V1 = T2/T1 or V1T2 = V2T1

## The Attempt at a Solution

Should I set this up as to different functions such as Lim x-> 0 f(x) = +∞ and Lim x->0 g(x) = +∞

Is that way off?

I'm having a hard time trying to implement the 2 equations.

In either equation do I need to get a 0 in the denominator as 0+ which goes to +∞?

This question is tricky for me