Examples of Gas Laws

Examples of Gas Laws
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  • Charles's Law
  • EXAMPLES OF GAS LAWS
  • Boyle's Law
  • Gay Lussac's   Law
  • CHARLES'S LAW: V1 = V2 T1 = T2 Hot air balloon is an example of Charles law. Charles law claims temperature and volume have a proportional relationship, hence when temperature increases, volume increase and vice versa. The heat of the flame below the balloon, causes the increase in temperature which in turn causes the volume to increase and therefore the balloon rises.  
  • BOYLE'S LAW: P1V1 =  P2 V2 Boyle’s Law state when volume increases, pressure decreases and vice versa. Volume and pressure are inversely proportional. Scuba divers as they go deeper in the sea cause bubbles to go upward. This is because as scuba divers go deeper, pressure increases, therefore the bubbles rise and cause the pressure to lower, also increasing the volume as well.
  • Gay-Lussac's Law: P1   =  P2 T1     =    T2 Gay-Lussac’s Law states temperature and pressure are proportionally related so as temperature increases, pressure increases and vice versa. Gay- Lussac’s law application in real life is found when a bullet is fired. Pressure is created when gunpowder is lighted and blazed and makes piping hot gas in a large amount. This pressure results in the bullet out of the gun.  
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