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1. Could someone care to explain to me what Charles Gas Law, (p1/T1 = p2/T2).
What does it do? When should I apply it? And what does the law p1/V1=p2/V2 mean? Thanls
2. (Original post by AliNaqvi:D)
Could someone care to explain to me what Charles Gas Law, (p1/T1 = p2/T2).
What does it do? When should I apply it? And what does the law p1/V1=p2/V2 mean? Thanls
Charles' law is meaning that

and therefore .
This only applies for a fixed amount of gas (number of moles of gas). If you know the volume that a gas occupies at a certain temperature, then Charles law allows you to predict the volume that the gas will occupy at a different temperature.

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