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2.3 test

the behavior of gases

kinetic molecular theory an explanation of how particles in matter behave
pressure the amount of force applied per unit of area
Boyle's law pressure of a gas increases if the volume decreases and pressure off a gas decreases if the volume increases, when temperature is constant.
Charles's law the volume of a gas increases with increasing temperature , if the pressure is constant
Boyle's law graph Curved (inverse)
Charles's law graph Straight (directly)
Boyle's law: greatest volume least pressure
Boyle's law: less volume more pressure
Boyle's law: least volume most pressure
Charles's law: lower temperature less volume
Charles's law:higher temperature greater volume
Created by: arthutar2682