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What is the difference between Boyle's law and Charles law?
1.
Boyles law is when pressure and volume are constant while Charles is when temperature and
a)
volume are constant
b) In boyles law the temperature is constant while in Charles the volume is constant
c) Boyles law describes the relationship between volume and pressure and Charles describe the
relationship between pressure and temperature
No difference they just describe the same phenomena with different parameters.
d)
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What is the difference between Boyle's law and Charles law? 1. Boyles law is when pressure and volume are constant while Charles is when temperature and a) volume are constant b) In boyles law the temperature is constant while in Charles the volume is constant c) Boyles law describes the relationship between volume and pressure and Charles describe the relationship between pressure and temperature No difference they just describe the same phenomena with different parameters. d)

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Charles law- It states that for the given amount of gas at constant pressure the volume of gas is directly proportional to the absolute temperature.

V= Volume.

K= Proportionality constant.

T = Absolute temperature in kelvin.

Boyle’s law – It ...

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να Τ ...1) V KT νeg PV-Κ ..(2)

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