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# What is an expression of Boyles law (k constant)?

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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.

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### How does Boyles law work?

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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.

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### 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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