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Boyle's Law Worksheet

Boyle's law worksheet

Real-life Examples of Boyle's Law

Boyle's law can be found on many everyday activities. The article highlights some of them.

Graphs of Boyle's Law

The graph of Boyle's law is pressure-volume graph also known as PV curve, It is plot of pressure vs volume at a constant temperature and amount of gas.

The Equation of Boyle's Law

Boyle's law, discovered by Robert Boyle, is an important gas law studied in physics and chemistry. The equation of the law is PV = k.

To Verify Boyle's Law Experimentally

Boyle's law states pressure is inversely proportional to volume. This can be verified by experiements. This article discusses one such method.

Molar Mass

In chemistry, the molar mass is an important quantity. It measures the mass of a mole of a given substance.

Units of Pressure

The pressure is a widely used quantity; it is found in physics, chemistry, engineering, and biology. Because of the wide usage of pressure, it has adopted various units to express it. And it is necessary for us to know the relationship between various units of pressure.

Mole in Chemistry

The mole is a unit of measurement. It is one of the seven fundamental SI base units, others are the kilogram, the second, the metre, the ampere, the kelvin, the candela. The mole is the SI unit of amount of substance. The approximate value of one mole of any substance is 6.022 × 1023. The symbol mol is used to denote it.

Formula Mass

The formula mass is often confused with the molar mass or the molecular mass, but it differs from both. As the name suggests, it has some relation with the formula of a molecule. The formula mass is a mass calculated using the formula. It is determined by adding the average atomic masses of the atoms present in a molecule.

Atomic Weight

The atomic weight (also known as relative atomic mass) is a quantity used to express the average weight of an atom. Atoms consist of electrons, protons, and neutrons. Protons and neutrons are mainly responsible for the mass of an atom. For a given element, the proton number (more commonly known as the atomic number) is fixed, but the neutron number can vary. Such elements are called isotopes. Because of this variance in the neutron number, an atom of the same element can have a different atomic mass. 