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What is an expression of Boyles law (k constant)?
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Using P V and k write an equation representing Boyles law?
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What is Boyles law?
Boyles Law states that volume of a gas changes, so does its pressure. To be more precise, for a body of ideal gas at constant temperature, the volume is inversely proportional to the pressure. 1. A more correct name is Boyle-Mariotte law. 2. This law is a relation between pressure and volume at constant temperature. The equation is: pV = k where p is the pressure, V is the volume, k is a constant specific for the system.
What is the relationship of the Boyles law?
Explain Boyles law with the help of tin can stirling engine?
What two quantities change in Boyles law?
Give you the examlpe of Boyles law and the which formula he used?
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What is the constant in bowel's law?
Boyles law is Pv= k and refers to any mass of gas under observation. It is often stated as p1V1 = p2V2 In words :- the product of pressure and volume remain the same (constant) as you change pressure or volume in your experiment. The constant k in the equation is not a universal constant (like R the universal gas constant) just a constant for that particular experiment.
What two variables relate to Boyles law?
When using Boyles law you know the product of which two qantities is a constant?
Similarities between Charles and Boyles laws?
1. The two laws are laws of gases. 2. The Boyle-Mariotte law is a relation between pressure and volume of a gas at constant temperature. The equation is: pV = k where p is the pressure, V is the volume, k is a constant specific for the system. 3. The Charles law is a relation between the temperature and volume of a gas at constant pressure. The equation is: V1T2 = V2T1
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What is the law relating pressure and volume in a gas?
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