Gas Laws

In each of the laws below, the gas identity is insignificant.

Boyle’s Law

If a constant amount of gas is at a constant temperature, then the pressure and volume of the gas is constant.

PV = constant

Charle’s Law

If a constant amount of gas is at a constant pressure, then the volume of said gas is directly proportional to the   absolute temperature.

V = constant

Avogadro’s Law

At any given temperature and pressure, the volume of the gas will contain equal numbers of moles.

V = constant

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