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What do Boyle's law and Charles' law have in common?

Both Boyles law and Charles' law describe the behavior of gasses as  their volume increases. Charles' law states that as a gas is heated  its volume increases and Boyle's la (MORE)

How did Ray Charles impact society?

He showed us that blind or disabled people could do anything like regular people. Also that he was loved so much and many people respected him. He overcame so much criticism, (MORE)
In Biology

What does Charles' Law state?

charle's law state's that a volume of a given mass of gas is directly proportional to it's temperature in kelvin, provided it's pressure remain constant
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In Numbers

What is the k constant in Charles law?

V/T=k
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What is the importance of law in achieving peaceful society?

In every violations we did, there is a punishment. But in every good things we did, we receive nothing from the law except that we are entitled as 'Innocent'. The importance o (MORE)
In Science

What is Charles' Law?

The volume of a given mass of gas at a constant pressure varies directly with its temperature. This means that, at constant pressures, the volume of a given mass of an ideal g (MORE)
In Science

Charles law states?

  that the temperature of a gas is directly proportional to its volume at constant pressure. In other words, if you increase the temperature of a gas, its volume will also (MORE)

Why is law important for a society?

Law is important for a society for it serves as a norm of conduct  for men if these would break through the law that was being passed  is ineffective. It was also made for t (MORE)
In Physics

What are some applications for Charles law?

Charles Law states that gas expands when you heat it. Think about a hot air balloon. When the air inside the balloon is heated, it becomes lighter and more buoyant than the ai (MORE)