Ideal Gas Law | Combined Gas Law

Ideal Gas Law Combined Gas Law

Definition:

The relationship, which shows the effect of simultaneous changes in pressure and temperature on the volume of given mass of a gas is called ideal gas law or combined gas law.

Mathematical Form: (General gas equation)

Mathematically, it is expressed as

PV = nRT

This equation is derived by combining Boyle’s law, Charles’ law and Avogadro’s law as given below:

ideal gas law derivation

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