How will the volume of a balloon change if it is transferred from a cold room to a warm one?

The volume of the balloon will increase when transferred from a cold room to a warm one.

As it heats up to the temperature of the new room, the balloon will feel “more and more invigorated.”

As the temperature rises, the volume of the trapped gas in the shell of the ball will increase (here we can refer to the Gay-Lussac law, which asserts a directly proportional relationship between the temperature of a gas and its volume at a constant pressure).

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