If a balloon full of warm air was placed in a refrigerator, What will happen to the Ballon ?
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The balloon will shrink and get smaller as the gas inside it gets cooler, the pressure inside the balloon falls. You might also have seen that a bottle partially filled with warm water kept in a refrigerator squeezes a bit because of the air pressure inside the bottle falls. This result directly follows from the gas laws.