How to Calculate Volume Pressure?


In general, to calculate volume, you need to determine the height times the width times the length of an object. Different formulas are available within this general guideline to accommodate different shapes such as a rectangle and prism, however. Once you know surface area and volume, you can calculate pressure. Pressure is calculated using two formulas. The first is pressure = force/area. The second is P = nRT. In the second formula, T is temperature, R is the ideal gas constant, n is the number of molecules per unit of volume, and P is pressure.
Q&A Related to "How to Calculate Volume Pressure?"
1. Write the following formula and identify your variables: P1 x V1 = (T1 x P2 x V2) / T2, where. P1 is the starting pressure. V1 is the starting volume. T1 is the starting temperature
Chris' answer holds true for an ideal gas. For a real gas (that is, taking into account: compressibility effects, variable specific heat capacity, van der Waals forces, issues with
A unit of energy such as Joules.
pressure versus volume is not perfectly direct correlation. As pressure increases, volume changes accordingly due to the characteristics of the container. Source(s) chemistry teacher
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