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  • Gas Law Comic By: Ricardo Arosemena
  • Hey John, do you have any questions about the lesson today?
  • Yes professor, now that you ask, I don't understand how Boyle's law works.
  • In 1662, Robert Boyle discovered that when he held the temperature constant, the volume and pressure of a gas were inversely proportionate.
  • Yes, you're getting it.
  • So when the volume goes up, pressure drops, and vice versa?
  • The formula is PV=K or P1V1=P2V2. Temperature is constant.
  • Ok cool, so what would be some in real life examples?
  • Well, John, a syringe is a perfect in real life example since it portrays the law in the simplest way.
  • Is it because when you pull the plunger out on a syringe, it causes the volume within the chamber to increase and the pressure to decrease?
  • Yes John you're right! Do you understand now?
  • Oh no problem John.
  • Yes I get it, thanks for your time!
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