Answer to Question #19937 in Mechanics | Relativity for bob
hello i want some clarifications. suppose i have an inflated balloon, obviously it is filled with air particles. and i have learn that particles colliding with walls of a container constitutes a pressure. now suppose i warm the balloon. the air particles will gain more kinetic energy and will more frequently with walls of the container thereby constituting greater pressure and ALSO the balloon's volume will increase. BUT this does not apply to Boyle's law which states that pressure is indirectly proportional to volume. please brighten my mind. thanks.