## Gay-Lussacâ€™s Law

What is Gay-Lussacâ€™s law? The Gay-Lussac law or Gay-Lussac law of combination volumes can be stated as follows: In reactions between gases, to form a given compound, the ratio between the volumes that combine (measured at equal pressure and temperature) are in a constant ratio of single integers. Gay-Lussac experiment It answers the questionÂ what happens â€¦ Read more

## Charlesâ€™ Law

What is Charlesâ€™ law? Charlesâ€™ law had been predicted earlier, in 1702, in the work of Guillaume Amontons. However, the law was first formally published in 1802 by Gay-Lussac, but it referred to the unpublished work of Jacques Charles in 1787, so it is attributed to Charles. On the other hand, Gay-Lussac related pressure and â€¦ Read more

## Boyle-Mariotteâ€™s Law

What is Boyle-Mariotteâ€™s law? Boyle-Mariotteâ€™s law can be stated as follows: At constant temperature, the volume of a gas mass is inversely proportional to the pressure. p1Â·V1Â = p2Â·V2 Boyle-Mariotte experiment It answers the questionÂ what happens to the volume and pressure of an ideal gas when we keep the temperature constant? Boyle-Mariotte observed that volume and â€¦ Read more