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ICSE class 9 Chemistry, Study Of GAS LAWS-Boyle’s law

DAY 2        STUDY OF GAS LAW

 Measurable properties of gas

 

             Pressure                         Volume

 

                                    Boyel’s Law

 

            Volume                   Temperature

 

                                      Charles’ law

 

                Pressure                  Temperature

 

                                        Gay lussac’s law

 

             Volume                    No of Moles (n)

 

                                      Avogadro law

  As per our Board syllabus we discuss only Boyel’s Law & Charles’ law

 Boyels Law: At constant temperature the volume of a given mass of gas is inversely proportional to its pressure.

Mathematically, Boyle’s law may be expressed as

V  α  1/P ( At constant temperature and mass)

V = K/P  or PV = K ( constant)

      

Let V1 be the volume of the gas at a pressure P1, at constant temperature, if the pressure be increased to P2 then the volume will decrease to V2, According to the law

P1V1 = P2 V2 = Constant

 

The product of volume and pressure of a given mass of gas is constant at a constant temperature

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