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jaumzaum

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$$T^{1.4} P^{-0.4} = const. $$

If we double the temperature, we multiply the pressure by 11.3

The density of an ideal gas is

$$ \rho=PM/RT$$

If we double the temperature, the density would be multiplied by 5.7

So why would the smoke rises if it became more dense?