Chemistry (12th Edition)

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Chapter 14 - The Behavior of Gases - 14.2 The Gas Laws - 14.2 Lesson Check: 23

Answer

Since pressure is constant in Charles's Law, the pressure variables on both sides of the Combined Gas Law equation cancel out and the resulting equation is Charles's Law.

Work Step by Step

Since pressure is constant in Charles's Law, the pressure variables on both sides of the Combined Gas Law equation cancel out and the resulting equation is Charles's Law.
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