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Gas law that depicts a direct relationship between temperature and pressure.
a) Charle's Law b) Gay Lussac's Law c) Boyle's Law d) Ideal Gas Law
Gas law that depicts a direct relationship between temperature and volume
a) Charle's Law b) Boyle's Law c) Gay Lussac's Law d) Ideal Gas Law
The law that states there is an indirect relationship between volume and pressure is
a) Gay Lussac's Law b) Ideal Gas Law c) Charle's Law d) Boyle's Law
The law that accounts for temperature, volume, pressure, and moles of a gas within an individual system is
a) Gay Lussac's Law b) Charle's Law c) Ideal Gas Law d) Boyle's Law
A hot air balloon is a real life example of
a) Ideal Gas Law b) Boyle's Law c) Charle's Law d) Gay Lussac's Law
Popping a balloon uses which law?
a) Boyle's Law b) Charles Law c) Gay Lussac's d) Ideal Gas Law
An aerosol can exploding in a fire is an example of which law?
a) Gay Lussacs b) Boyle's Law c) Charles Law d) Ideal Gas Law
A dead animal bloating on the side of the road is an example of which law?
a) Boyle's Law b) Gay Lussac's Law c) Charle's Law d) Ideal Gas Law
The law that takes in account everything but moles of a compound is called
a) Boyle's Law b) Gay Lussac's Law c) Charles Law d) Combined Gas Law
A diver reaches the surface of the ocean too quickly and becomes sick due to the decrease of pressure. This is an example of
a) Combined Gas Law b) Charles Law c) Gay Lussac's Law d) Boyle's Law
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