# At constant temperature if the pressure of a fixed mass of gas is doubled what happens to its volume ? Which law governs this behavior of gases?

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Ideal gases, follow the law

P V / T = constant

At constant temperature : P V = constant

So if Pressure doubles, V halves ie,., becomes 1/2 of its original volume.

There is another equation for Adiabatic process (where is no energy flow between our system and environment) => P times Volume raised to power gamma = constant time Temperature.

P V / T = constant

At constant temperature : P V = constant

So if Pressure doubles, V halves ie,., becomes 1/2 of its original volume.

There is another equation for Adiabatic process (where is no energy flow between our system and environment) => P times Volume raised to power gamma = constant time Temperature.