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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 [...]) |