If the air in a carton of milk was allowed to warm up, what would happen to it?

1 Answer
Aug 27, 2017

It would expand...........


And have you never noticed this? You take a carton of milk out of your shopping (where it has been warming for 1-2 hours), and the carton feels distended; and then you store the carton in the fridge, and shortly, the pressure in the carton seems LESS......

#"Charles' Law says that"# #VpropT# given constant pressure, and constant amount of gas.

Is this a manifestation of Charles' Law? Why?