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The law was revealed by Swiss-Russian chemist and doctor Germain Henri Hess. He introduced the law in its 1840’s publication.
The four laws are the zeroth law, the first law, the second law, and the third law. These laws are universally valid to any thermodynamic system and are described as follows:
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.
Robert Boyle was a chemist of the 17th century and a founder of the modern chemistry.
Gay-Lussac's law calculatorTo find the unknown pressure or temperature at constant volume
The real-life examples of Gay-Lussac's law are the pressure cooker, tyre, and aerosol can.
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