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### L 4 - Gas Laws

Course: PHYS 11424, Fall 2009
School: Oakland University
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GAS THE LAWS Physics 142L A. Constant Temperature (Boyle's Law) A glass tube closed at one end is linked to a valve. The glass contains a steel ball of the same diameter as the tube which seals off nearly completely an air volume. The volume can be read on a scale mounted behind the tube. The valve has a connection to a manometer,which reads the pressure in the tube, and a hose nozzle. When the apparatus is...

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