Scuba diving is an activity that should be done with caution. However many people do not know the conditions and the risks that come from it.
Background:Safe Scuba Diving. As every good entry-level dive student knows, this is the most important rule ,breath holding underwater can result in serious injury and even death. In accordance with Boyle's law, the air in a diver's lungs expands during ascent and contracts during descent.
Little do people know that scuba divers can suffer from a disease called Decompression Sickness
Explanation:Decompression Sickness can occur in scuba divers when dissolved gases come out of solution in bubbles and can affect just about any body area including joints, lung, heart, skin and
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Gas Laws: Boyle's Law,Gay-Lussac's Laws, Charles's Laws, Dalton's Law, and Henry's Laws all effect the important variables which are volume, temperature, and pressure.
As a diver descends, the water pressure around him increases, causing air in his scuba equipment and body to occupy a smaller volume .