# Charles law

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• Jacques Charles 1787
• Charles was experimenting volume of gases depending the temperature.
• I have experienced that volume of gases increase as the temperature increases!
• Joseph Gay-Lussac 1804
• I will experiment with different gases by using the Charles Law and I will record all the measurements and all my notes so I can publish my work!
• CHARLES' LAW
• Here are some examples: A thermometer for example, the volume of the air outside increases as the temperature rises to a certain degree. A hot air balloon is another example, the temperature rises because of the heat under the balloon. As the temperature rises so does the volume of the gas in the balloon allowing it to rise.
• The mathematical formula is V=kT Formula that leads to equations is V1/T1=V2/T2 or (V1)(T2)= (V2)(T1)
• Joseph was a French chemist and physicist & Charles was a French mathematician and physicist.
• Independent variable is the Temp. Dependent variable is the Volume. The constant is the amount of Gas. This law is a direct relationship.
• These experiements took place in France. Charles lived in Beaugency, France & Joseph lived in Paris, France.
• Charles did not publish his work yet he is remembered for it.
• Joseph was intrested in the studies about the properties of Gases so he began to investigate Charles Law (Volume of gases increases with the temperature).
• Here's some facts!
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