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Charles Gas Law

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Lance Estwick

on 15 October 2014

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By Lance Estwick
Charles Gas Law
~ Describes how gases tend to expand when heated
~ It is also know as the Law of Volumes
~V/T=k
How Its Used Today
~When a football is pumped up in warm conditions it is full. Then you leave it out in the cold it will shrink.
Laws and Principles
~Law is a statement based on repeated experimental observations that describes some aspect of the universe
~Principle is a statement
based
on repeated
experimental observation
that describes
some aspect
of the world
History of
Jacques Charles
~
Born
in 1746 died

in 1823
-
In
1780 Charles

came up with the Law
-In 1802 Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac was accredited for Charles' work
Charles Gas Law
Sum It Up
The Charles Gas Law in a nut shell is that it describes how gases tend to expand when heated and shrink when cooled.
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