Can you please explain Boyle's Law Charle's Law in a simlified manner? I would be very thankful to u for this?

Dear student!

Simply, the** Boyle's law** shows the relation between the pressure and volume of a gas at constant temperature, so as : For a fixed mass of gas at constant temperature, the volume is inversely proportional to the gas.

It means if, the volume is doubled the pressure will be half or vice versa.

It is mathematically expressed as: V ∝ 1/P (at constant temperature and mass)

Or, so we write as , PV = constant

Hence, P_{1} /P_{2} = V_{2} /V_{1}

Similarly, the **Charle's Law** explains that: For a fixed mass of gas at constant pressure (P) ,the volume is directly proportional to the kelvin temperature (T). So, if we double the volume, the temperature will also be doubled.

Mathematically, At constant P and Mass (or no. of moles = n)

V ∝ T

Or, T_{1} /T_{2} = V_{1} /V_{2}

In equation of both the laws we obtain, PV = nRT

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