Subject: Does a Gas with a Net Charge have larger Molar Volume?
Date: Sat Apr 3 12:21:32 1999
Posted by Jack Wilson
Grade level: 10-12
School: No school entered.
City: Los Angeles State/Province: Ca
Area of science: Physics
If a volume of gas were confined within a perfect dielectric
and charged with to a particular volume charge density,
would the molar volume change and the chamber pressure rise?
Would the temperature rise, or remain constant?
If so, are there any empiracle formulas which characterize
how charge affects the molar volume/pressure/temperature?
Re: Does a Gas with a Net Charge have larger Molar Volume?
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