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Hi, I'm Sarah Dynamic.
And we're gonna explain the three gas laws, and principles.
And I'm Charles Fluid.
The first gas law we will be talking about is the Boyle's law. Let's me show you an example here in Down Town, Memphis.
Ever filled up a tire? You will generally fill it to somewhere between 30-35 PSI.As you put more air in to the tire, you are
The next thing we're gonna be talking about, is Charles's law.
Did you know that this law states that volume is proportional to the absolute temperature of a gas at constant pressure.
That's right. Doubling the temperature of gas doubles its volume, so long as the pressure and quantity of the gas are unchanged.
For example, this here balloon. May look like an ordinary balloon, right? But, when you add even more gas to it, the volume will increase.
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