No. Date Physics Boyle's law and Charles law Boyle's law At Constant temp pereature, the Volume (v) of Given Mass of a gas Is Inversely propational to its pressure (p) i.e. n V P > Voc pV= Constant For Given gas, Privi= P2 V2. Charles law. . At Constant Pressure the Volume (V) of a given Mass Is directly propotional to Its absolute temperature. (T) I.e. VaT V = Constant T For Given gas Rxf Pi V2 11 II T2.
No. Date At Constant pressure the Volume (V) of a Given Mass of a Gass Increases or decreases by I V6 Vo -273.150 t(°) Volume of the gas at t°C, Vt = Vo= ( It t 273.15 Where , Vo IS the Volume of gas at 0°C. Real Casses Real Casses decrate Sligtly From Ideal gas laws because Real Gas Moleculate attract one another Real Gas Molecules occupy a Finite Volume Real or Van derWall's Gas equation. Dimensions ( pt a V2 (V-b): = RT (a)=MIST-2 where a andb are called Wall Constant Units 9=N-M4.