Why does inflating a balloon seem to violate Boyles law?
Asked by prodyumna02 | 27th Jan, 2019, 12:24: PM
Boyle's law states that volume of a gas is inversely proportional to the applied pressure.
Whereas inflating balloon violates Boyle's law because there is increase in volume with increasing pressure.
Answered by Science Mate | 27th Jan, 2019, 01:40: PM
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