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Charles's Law

cava chem 303 s2d04 1.04 Charles's Law

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Early [...] flights led to studies of gas behavior. Early balloon flights led to studies of gas behavior.
Another French scientist, Jacques Charles, was also a [-ist]. Another French scientist, Jacques Charles, was also a balloonist.
Many early daredevils and scientists explored flight by using [...]. Many early daredevils and scientists explored flight by using balloons.
Charles's experiments involved [...] and temperature. Charles's experiments involved volume and temperature.
Charles found that as the temperature increased, so did the [...] of the gas. Charles found that as the temperature increased, so did the volume of the gas.
Mathematically, Charles's law can be stated like this: [...] Mathematically, Charles's law can be stated like this: V = kT
In Charles's law, T = [...] (capitalization is important!) In Charles's law, T = temperature (capitalization is important!)
All gas law calculations must use [...] as the temperature scale because [...] has the zero in the right place. All gas law calculations must use Kelvin (K) as the temperature scale because Kelvin has the zero in the right place.
Charles's experiments involved volume and [...]. Charles's experiments involved volume and temperature.
Mnemonic: Charles was a cool, easy-going guy, so his law involves no [...]. Mnemonic: Charles was a cool, easy-going guy, so his law involves no pressure.
All gas law calculations must use Kelvin (K) as the temperature scale because Kelvin has the [...] in the right place. All gas law calculations must use Kelvin (K) as the temperature scale because Kelvin has the zero in the right place.
Created by: mr.shapard