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Charles's Law 1 INTRODUCTION 2 Charles's Law 3 Practice http: //blog. naver. com/bravetop

Charles's Law 1 INTRODUCTION 2 Charles's Law 3 Practice http: //blog. naver. com/bravetop

Charles's Law Definition Volume of a fixed mass of gas is directly proportional to

Charles's Law Definition Volume of a fixed mass of gas is directly proportional to its Kelvin temperature if the pressure is kept constant. http: //blog. naver. com/bravetop

Charles's Law Heat When molecules get more Energy, the speed of movements will be

Charles's Law Heat When molecules get more Energy, the speed of movements will be faster and Volumn will increase http: //blog. naver. com/bravetop

Volumn and Temperature High Volumn Low Temperature High http: //blog. naver. com/bravetop

Volumn and Temperature High Volumn Low Temperature High http: //blog. naver. com/bravetop

Foumula 1 V 1= Original Volumn T 1=Original Temperature 2 V 2=New Volumn T

Foumula 1 V 1= Original Volumn T 1=Original Temperature 2 V 2=New Volumn T 2=New Temperature 3 http: //blog. naver. com/bravetop

Practice Question If a sample of gas occupies 6. 80 L at 325 C,

Practice Question If a sample of gas occupies 6. 80 L at 325 C, what will its volumn be at 25 C if the pressure does not change? 1 V 1= 6. 8 L T 1=325+273= 598 K 2 V 2=? T 2=25+273= 298 K 3 http: //blog. naver. com/bravetop

1 V 2=V 1*T 2/T 1 2 V 2=6. 8*298/598 3 3. 39 L

1 V 2=V 1*T 2/T 1 2 V 2=6. 8*298/598 3 3. 39 L http: //blog. naver. com/bravetop

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