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Boyle's Law

cava chem 303 s2d03 1.03 Boyle's Law

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Barometers and Manometers measure gas [...]. Barometers and Manometers measure gas pressure.
Robert Boyle investigated the relationship between gas [...] and pressure. Robert Boyle investigated the relationship between gas volume and pressure.
Boyle found that, at a constant temperature, the volume of a gas was [-ly] related to its pressure. Boyle found that, at a constant temperature, the volume of a gas was inversely related to its pressure.
An [...] relationship between two things means that when one goes up, the other goes down and vice versa. An INVERSE relationship between two things means that when one goes up, the other goes down and vice versa.
Boyle's law can be stated mathematically as: [...] (where P is pressure, V is volume, and k is a constant) Boyle's law can be stated mathematically as: PV=k (where P is pressure, V is volume, and k is a constant)
A constant is something that does not [...]. A constant is something that does not change.
Boyle's law assumes constant [...]. Boyle's law assumes constant Temperature.
In the mathematical statement of Boyle's law, there is no symbol for [...] because it is assumed to remain constant. In the mathematical statement of Boyle's law, there is no symbol for temperature because it is assumed to remain constant.
You can remember that there's no symbol for temperature in Boyle's law by remembering that despite his name, Boyle's not that [...]. You can remember that there's no symbol for temperature in Boyle's law by remembering that despite his name, Boyle's not that hot.
Robert Boyle investigated the relationship between gas volume and [...]. Robert Boyle investigated the relationship between gas volume and pressure.
Boyle's law can be stated mathematically as: PV=k (where P is [...], V is volume, and k is a constant) Boyle's law can be stated mathematically as: PV=k (where P is pressure, V is volume, and k is a constant)
Boyle's law can be stated mathematically as: PV=k (where P is pressure, V is [...], and k is a constant) Boyle's law can be stated mathematically as: PV=k (where P is pressure, V is volume, and k is a constant)
Boyle's law can be stated mathematically as: PV=k (where P is pressure, V is volume, and k is a [...]) Boyle's law can be stated mathematically as: PV=k (where P is pressure, V is volume, and k is a constant)
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