Gas Laws - Gas
Laws
 Boyle’s
Law

 


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Unformatted text preview: Gas
Laws
 Boyle’s
Law

 
 
P1
×
V1
=
P2
×
V2
(at
constant
T)
 
V1
/
T1
=
V2
/
T2
(at
constant
P)
 Charles’s
Law
 
 Combined
Law

 
(P1
×
V1)

=

(P2
×
V2)
 
 
 




 






 
 
T1 

 










T2

 Gay‐Lussac’s
Law
 
P1
/
T1
=
P2
/
T2
(at
constant
V)
 Avogadro's
Law
 Ideal
gas
Law 
 
V
=
a
n
(at
constant
P
and
T)
 
P
x
V
=
n
x
R
x
T
 When
mass
is
constant
and
temperature
is
in
Kelvin
 ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2010 for the course CHEM 53125 taught by Professor Shear during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas-Tyler.

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