Quote (EnzoFerrari @ Apr 27 2010 02:05am)
Basically his law is as the temp. increases, the mole also increases. Does any1 know a real life application for this?
I've been Googling this and can't find one
Okay supposing you were a glass maker and wanted to make two flasks of a precise amount of Hydrogen gas (H2).
Avogadro's law explains that at constant temperature and pressure
(room temperature and normal atmospheric pressure) the volume of a particular gas increases as the number of moles increases. So if you're trying to make a small glass flask containing 500g of Hydrogen gas, the size of the flask will be smaller than a larger glass flask containing 1000g of Hydrogen gas.
Do not over-think the application of Avogadro's Law, it is very particular to the idea that temperature remains constant. Do not wiki the idea of Avogadro's law,you will confuse yourself... This post was edited by Jazz_Thing on Apr 26 2010 08:15pm