Volume Vs. Temperature
a: Charle's law ~
b: a ballon on a cold winter day
What: "Charle's law is like when someone buys a balloon on a cold winter day, in the store you buy a common helium balloon. When you go outside, you notice the balloon collapses. This is because of Charle's Law. As the molecules slow down, they contract together. This decreases the volume, so the balloon collapses."
Writer: Not Stated
Date: Jul 24 2013 6:22 PM
# 3443 Critique Analogy
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