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Gas Laws Formulas

Gas lawsÂ in chemistry or physics identify the behavior of different gases by the general formulas and common equations between the pressure, volume, and temperature of gases.

In this category of online learning chemistry, we study different articles or topics related to formulas and equations of gas law.

• Boyleâ€™s law: Discovered by physicist Robert Boyle in 1662 and provides the relation between pressure and volume of gas at constant temperature.
• Charlesâ€™s law: Discovered in 1787 by Jacques Charles but quantitative experiments establishing the law were first published in 1802 by Joseph-Louis Gay-Lussac.
• Gay-Lussac Law: Discovered by Joseph-Louis Gay-Lussac in 1808 and published in 1809.
• Graham’s law of diffusion: Discovered by Thomas Graham in 1848).
• Dalton’s law of partial pressure: Observed by John Dalton in 1801 and published in 1802).
• Van der Waals equation: Discovered by Van der Waals in 1873).

The above gas laws formulas and equations are used in chemistry or physics to derive the properties of ideal and real gases.

Graham’s Law

Graham's Law of Diffusion Graham's Law of diffusion and effusion in chemistry was proposed by Scottish physical chemist Thomas Graham in 1948 to study the...

Van der Waals Equation

What is Van der Waals Equation? Van der Waals equation is given by modifying the ideal gas law in 1873. He put the reasons for...

Ideal Gas Law

What is Ideal Gas Law? Ideal gas law or perfect gas law represents the mixed relationship between pressure, volume, and temperature of gases for learning...

Kinetic Theory of Gases

Kinetic Theory of Gases Formula Kinetic theory of gasesÂ and the kinetic gas equation was first developed by Bernoulli in 1738 to derive the molecular properties...

Ideal Gas Law Problems with Solutions

Ideal Gas Law Problems with Answers Ideal gas law problems with solutions contain online questions and answers for 9, 10, 11, and 12 grade or...

Critical Constants

Critical Constants of Gases Critical constants like critical temperature (Tc), critical pressure (PC), and critical volume (VC) of gas in chemistry determine the condition and...

Gases

What are Gases? Gases are the state of matter in which molecules are far apart from each other and characterized by a lack of definite...

Ideal and Real Gases

Ideal gas and real gas Ideal gas and real gas molecule can be compared by theÂ ideal gas law or equation for different types of gases....

Heat Capacity Gases

What is Heat Capacity? Heat capacity (Specific) of gases is defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one gram of...