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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 6: States of Matter 6.1 Three States of Matter
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A. Boyle’s Law Pressure (P) and Volume (V) vary indirectly ‘ . 1. Inspiration
- Diaphragm lowers, chest wall expands, - If Volume gets - ' , Pressure gets , - - Outside Pressure is , -- ‘ than inside
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