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Relationships and Chemistry Involved in Hot Air Balloons ERT

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Relationships and Chemistry Involved in Hot Air Balloons ERT
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Chemistry Physics Nature Atmospheric thermodynamics Hot air balloon Balloon Gas Combustion Propane Ideal gas law Water vapor Density of air Jacques Charles
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Chemistry Physics Nature Atmospheric thermodynamics Hot air balloon Balloon Gas Combustion Propane Ideal gas law Water vapor Density of air Jacques Charles
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Charles’ Law states that the volume of gas is directly proportional to the temperature, therefore when gas is heated, like the burner in the balloon, the gas expands. When the air inside the balloon expands, it becomes less dense and provides the lift for the hot-air balloon. The hot-air balloon begins by creating heat using the combustion of gasoline in a propane burner. An increase in heat causes molecules to vibrate more violently, hence increasing the pressure and volume of the balloon (inflation of the balloon occurs). After inflation, the hot air inside the balloon is less dense than the cool air that surrounds it, therefore floating ensues. As the altimeter indicates the distance f...
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