, 09.11.2019 11:31 cillalynn24

# Which law states that the volume and absolute temperature of a fixed quantity of gas are directly proportional under constant pressure conditions? boyle’s law charles’s law dalton’s law gay-lussac’s law

Hello!

Why?

The law that states that the volume and absolute temperature of a fixed quantity of gas (ideal gas) are proportional under constant pressure is the Charle's Law, also known as the law of volumes.

The law describes how a gas kept under constant pressure tends to expand when the temperature increases and it's described by the following equation:

Where,

Also, to describe the relationship between two differents volumes at different temperatures, we have:

Where,

Have a nice day!

8 m/s because for him to get the same amount of energy as ray is putting out, bobby, who weighs half as much as ray, needs to run twice as fast.

### Another question on Chemistry

Chemistry, 22.06.2019 09:30
In 2002, the rare earth elements mine in mountain pass, california was closed because