According to Boyle’s law, what would happen to the pressure of a gas if the temperature were tripled as the number


According to Boyle’s law, what would happen to the pressure of a gas if the
temperature were tripled as the number of moles and the volume were held
constant?
A. The pressure would triple.
B. The pressure would remain the same.
C. The pressure would be one-ninth of its original value.
D. The pressure would be one-third of its original value.


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