BOYLE’S LAW

 

Boyle’s law is also called Boyle-Mariott law. Boyle’s law describes the behavior of ideal gas. The law was published in 1662 by Anglo-Irish Boyle. Boyle’s law is defined as gas law experiment that normally describes how gas pressure increases the volume of container decreases. Boyle’s law is most applicable when the temperature remains constant when both volume and pressure changes.  Boyle’s law can be written as PiVi= PfVf where Pi is the first pressure, Vi is the first volume, Pf is the last pressure and Vf  is the last volume.   When the volume of a mass is doubled the gas decreases about by a half.  The units of both first and last conditions are the same. The Boyle’s law is termed to be the first physical law that was written as an equation to describe the dependence of the variables.

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