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×What is Classification of Coordination Compounds?

As the name suggests, the coordination compounds are compounds involving coordination bonds in their formation.

Central metal atom of a coordination compound can possess two kinds of valencies i.e. primary valency and secondary valency, and these valencies determine the structure of a coordination compound.

What Is Boyle's Law in Simple Words?

Boyle's law is the gas law that states the pressure of an ideal gas is inversely proportional to its volume if the temperature and amount of the gas remain constant.

Gay-Lussac's law calculatorTo find the unknown pressure or temperature at constant volume

To Demonstrate Boyle's Law by Syringe Experiment

The article discusses a simple experimental method to prove Boyle's law.

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Real-life Examples of Gay-Lussac's Law

The real-life examples of Gay-Lussac's law are the pressure cooker, tyre, and aerosol can.

The Gay-Lussac's law graph is a pressure vs temperature graph at constant volume.

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Charles' Law and Absolute Zero

We can use Charles' law to determine the absolute zero temperature.

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To Verify Charles's Law by Syringe Experiment

This article discusses two syringe experiments to verify Charles's law and determine absolute zero.

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To Verify Charles's Law Experimentally

We can verify Charles's law in several methods. The article discusses on such method.

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Charles's law calculator: To find unknown volume or temperature at a constant pressure.

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Real-life Examples of Charles's Law

Charles law like Boyle's law is a well-known gas law studied in chemistry and physics. It applications can be found in our day-to-day activities. The article mentions some of them.

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Charles's law is graphically presented in a volume vs temperature graph. The graph is a straight following the equation *y* = *mx*.

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The law relates volume to temperature. The equation of Charles's law is *V* = *kT*.

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Boyle's law calculator: To find unknown pressure or volume at a constant temperature.

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