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What is the relation between pressure, volume and temperature in gases?

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what is the relation between pressure, volume and temperature in gases.
 

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Re: Basic concepts

This is true for ideal gasses. not for the gasses come accross. A better solution taking the air molecules as finite size is given by Vander Waal eqn:

(P + na/V²)(V - nb) = nRT for n mole of gas. a,b are called Van Dar Waals constants. They are different for different gasses. This equation is not emperical, rather thermodynacially proven.
 

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Re: Basic concepts

Yes
PV=nRT is Correct
 

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