Charles Law Formula
In the 1800s, Jacques Charles, a French scientist, made discoveries about the effect of temperature on gases.
Charles law states that at a constant pressure the volume of a given mass of gas is directly proportional to the absolute temperature.
Charles Law Formula relationship is expressed by
- V1 = original volume
- V2 = new volume
- T1 = original temperature
- T2 = new temperature
Where V and T are absolute measurements of volume and temperature at times or conditions 1 and 2.
Charles's Law Formula can be expressed by the equation.
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