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Question
what is the function of compressor?
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# 1
COMPressor compress the air means volume reduces.now,PV=RT
(CONST.)P& V are inv.proportional.so air
press.increases.This pressurised air is used in different
ativities.
 
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Amit
 
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# 2
The compressor compresses the air in an airconditioner, so that the temperature reduces as per the principle temperature is inversely proportional to pressure. 
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