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Gas under constant T

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Gas under constant T diagram
Boyle's law may be derived from the ideal gas law, and states that the pressure*volume of a gas is constant at constant temperature. CalcTool allows the use of units convenient to you.
Volume is
at pressure
Volume x
Pressure y

Pressure at volume x
Volume at pressure y
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Enter the pressure of a sample and the volume at that pressure. Then enter the pressure or volume you are interested in, and the calc will provide the volume or pressure as appropriate.
Remember that the temperature must remain constant, otherwise you must use the ideal gas law (available in another calc).