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what does the constant motion of particles in gas create it to do it creates it to be able to fill the shape of anything it fills
what are the factors that affect the pressure of an enclosed gas its temperature, its volume, and its number of particles
what is the formula for the Charles law v1/t1=v2/t2
what is the formula for the boyle law P1V1=P2V2
What is the combined gas law used for is use to solve all gas problems using or involving gases
what is the formula for gases to liquids to solids gases condense to liquid, then liquid freezes. then solids sublit to gases and solids melt to liquids and liquids vaporize to gases
what is evaporation the process that changes a substance from liquid to a gas
what is boiling when u heat a substance both the temperature and the vapor pressure of water increases
what is condensation the phase change in which a substance changes from a gas or vapor to a liquid
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