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Ideal Gas Law
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The ideal gas law is defined as shown below:
pV = nRT
Where:
p
: pressure
V
: volume
n
: number of moles
R
: molar gas constant which is given by 8.31J mol
1
K
1
T
: temperature (Kelvin)
The formula is equal to the following:
pV / T = p
o
V
o
/
T
o
or
pV = N
A
· k · T
where:
N
A
: Avagadros constant which is given by
n · N
A
= N
k: Boltzmanns constant which is given by
k = R/NA
= 1.38 · 10
23
JK
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