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Boyle’s law Calculator

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Boyle’s law

In Boyle’s law, it is observed that the pressure and volume are nearly constant.  For an ideal gas, both the pressure and volume is exactly constant. The relationship between the pressure and volume is called as Boyle’s Law.

Boyle’s Law Calculator

The state of the gas is a purpose at it pressure, volume and temperature. Boyle’s law is one of the best gas laws that shows the difference of pressure with volume, where temperature acts as a constant.

Boyle's Law Calculator

Initial Pressure(Pi):
Initial Volume(Vi):
Final Pressure(Pƒ):
Final Volume(Vƒ):
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Boyle’s Law Calculator expresses

At a given temperature, the pressure of a given mass of a gas is inversely proportional to its volume.

If P is the pressure of a certain mass of a gas and V will be its volume at a temperature T is the Kelvin then,

P (T is constant)

P=k/v

PV=K

Where K is constant for given mass of a gas at a given temperature. K changes with a mass of the gas and its temperature.

For example, if the gas has an initial pressure as Pi and Volume Vi.  If pressure is increased or decreased then the pressure and volume changes to Pf  and Vf. Boyle’s law is also known as

PiVi=PfVf =Constant

Where Pi= Intial Pressure

Pf=Final Pressure

Vi =Initial Volume

Vf =Final Volume.

Boyle’s law calculator helps to decide the strange quality among the Pressure or volume.  Thus, this happens when either pressure or volume from its initial state.

Measures for Boyle’s Law Calculator

Firstly we need to analyze the parameters in the given problem and find out the unknown quality.

With the help of the Formula

PiVi=PfVf

Whereas, Pi= Initial Pressure

Pf=Final Pressure

Vi= Initial Volume

Vf= Final Volume

By adding all these three qualities in the above formula, you can get an unknown quality.

Write a simple problem on Boyle’s Law Calculator

If a gas occupies 76ml at 760 mm pressure. Using Boyle’s Law, determine the volume of the gas at the same temperature but at 76 mm pressure?

Step 1:

Given: Pi = 760 mm,

Vi = 76 ml,

Pf = 76 mm

Find out what is   Vf = ?

Step 2 :

Pi Vi = Pf Vf

Vf =Pi Vi / Pf

= 760mm×76ml76mm

Answer  :  0.760 litres.