# Air inside theballoon is heated it expands resulting

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air inside theballoon is heated; it expands, resulting in anincrease in density of the air inside the balloon. The density of hot air is less than of cold air. Thedifference in density between the air inside andoutside the balloon makes the hot-air balloon rise.2) Weather balloons are launched daily from weatherstations across the country. The balloon begins at theearth at a certain P, T, and V and upon its accent allthree of these variables change in response to thesurroundings.3) A rubber raft swells up when left in the sun on a hotday, providing the raft is not completely inflated (if itcompletely inflated, it will rupture). Remember this if you are ever stranded in tropical waters!5) The plunger in a turkey thermometer pops outwhen the turkey is done. The higher temperature of the turkey causes the volume of the air trapped underthe plunger to increase, which forces the plunger tomove. What are the Application of Charles' law in daily life? Answer Charles' Law says that the volume of gas will expand when heated and shrink when cooled. If the volume is decreased to 0, that is the lowest temperature that can be achieved. A real life application of Charles' Law is in bike tires. If the weather gets colder, the air in your bike tires will shrink in volume and the tires will go flat. What are some applications for Charles law? Ads Answer: Charles Law states that gas expands when you heat it. Think about a hot air balloon . When the air inside the balloon is heated, it becomes lighter and more buoyant than the air outside the balloon. Please see the related link for more information about Charles' Law.

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