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Describe Boils law ?

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Asked by ketharanathan, 01 Nov '07 02:04 am
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Do you mean Boyle's law?.......Pressure is inversely proportional to Volume,when Temperature is constant.
Answered by amitava duttamajumdar, 03 Oct '11 10:01 am

 
  
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No such law exists.
Answered by Dare Devil, 07 Oct '10 03:20 pm

 
  
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The relationship between the product pressure and volume within a closed system as constant when temperature remains at a fixed measure; both entities remain inversely proportional. The mathematical form of the law is
PV=K ( where P = pressure, V= Volume and K=constant)
Answered by Justin Filler, 30 Oct '08 09:17 am

 
  
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Its Boyle's LAW
Answered by sap pristine, 01 Nov '07 07:01 am

 
  
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Boyle's law is the most fundamental of the 23 gas laws, which states the constant relationship between pressure and volume within a system which does not have pressure or temperature at extreme ranges; high pressure or temperatures showing deviations from the law. The law was not likely to have deviations at the time of publication due to limits upon technology, but as further technological advances occurred limitations of the approach would have become known, as Boyle's law relates more effectively to real gases due to its description of such gases consisting of large numbers of particles moving independently of each other
In 1738, Daniel Bernoulli derived Boyle's law using Newton's laws of motion with application on a molecular level, but remained ignored until c. 1845, when John Waterston published a paper building the main precepts of kinetic theory, but was rejected by the Royal Society of England until the later works of James Prescott Joule, Rudolf Clausius and Ludwig Boltzmann ...more
Answered by Sheetal Kaur, 01 Nov '07 05:36 am

 
  
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Are you talking about Boyle's law. If it's Boyle's law, it's one of the gas laws and basis of derivation for the ideal gas law, which describes the relationship between the product pressure and volume within a closed system as constant when temperature remains at a fixed measure; both entities remain inversely proportional. The mathematical form of the law is
PV=K ( where P = pressure, V= Volume and K=constant)
Answered by MuKesh Nigam, 01 Nov '07 02:30 am

 
  
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