Pressure law

Pressure law

The pressure of a fixed mass of gas at constant volume is proportional to its thermodynamic temperature.  The relation between Summarizing the gas laws dealt with in this chapter we have pressure, volume and thermodynamic temperature

pV = constant (Boyle’s law)
TV = r constant (Charles’s law)
Tp’= V constant (Pressure law)
These three equations can be combined into the single equation, p V = constant T if T is constant, then p V = constant since,   or  I’f P I.S constant, then TV = constant P if V is constant, then – = constant or.

It follows that p constant includes all three gas laws.

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