Psia 147 355533 psig

The pressure in the flask increased from 3000 psig to 3555.33 psig. Note that the pressure increased even though the flask's volume and the volume of the gas remained the same. This example also shows what would happen to a scuba cylinder that was filled to capacity and left unattended in the trunk of an automobile or lying in direct sunlight on a hot day. 2-11.3 The General Gas Law. Boyle, Charles, and Gay-Lussac demonstrated that temperature, volume, and pressure affect a gas in such a way...