If you heat the air inside a rigid, sealed container until its Kelvin temperature doubles, the air pressure in the container will also double. Is the same thing true if you double the Celsius temperature of the air in the container? Explain.
Solution 2DQ Step 1: Answer is not true.. If we increase the temperature two times in case of celsius scale, it will not affect the the pressure as it is changed in kelvin scale. Step 2: T(K) (C) 273.15 If 30°C is doubled to 60°C The corresponding kelvin is changed to 303.15K to 333.5