Charles' Gas Law

For a fixed mass of gas at constant pressure the volume is directly proportional to the temperature [Kelvin]. Therefore, if the pressure remains constant, the volume of a gas will increase with the increase of temperature. It was developed by Jacques Charles and is also known as the Charles-Guy-Lussac Law.

Therefore, if pressure and amount of gas remain constant:

V1 = initial volume [m3]
T1 = initial temperature [K]
V2 = final volume [m3]
T2 = final temperature [K]

See also: Boyles Gas Law, Charles, Jacques Alexander CÚsar, Dalton′s Law of Partial Pressures, Gas, Ideal Gas Law.

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Subjects: Physics