A plot of volume A. p1> p2> p3> p4
B. p1 = p2 = p3 = p4
C. p1< p2< p3< p4
D. p1< p2 = p3< p4
CHARLE’S LAW state that the volume of a mass of gas is directly proportional to absolute temperature at constant pressure.
Here in the graph straight line is obtained. Slope lines are different at different temperature. All lines meet at absolute zero temperature (lowest imaginary temperature at which gas are supposed to occupy zero volume), where volume of gas is also zero. The volume temperature graph at different fixed pressure is called isobars.
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