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

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Plum Pudding Atomic Model by J. J. Thomson

The plum pudding is an atomic model formulated by J. J. Thomson. According to the model, the negative charge particles are embedded in the positive charge cloud in the atom.

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J. J. Thomson's Cathode Ray Tube Experiments

Thomson's all three experiments are discussed. He studied magnetic and electric properties of cathode rays and determined the mass-to-charge ratio of the electron.

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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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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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