Write Short Notes On The Gas Laws

The study of the physical properties of gases by several scientists between the 16th and the 19th centuries resulted in the formulation of the gas laws. These laws provide a relationship between the volume occupied by a gas, the pressure exerted by a gaseous substance on the walls of its container, the amount of gaseous substance, and the absolute temperature of the gas. These laws were critical in the development of the ideal gas law.
The four gas laws and the relationships they provide are:
Boyle’s law – the relationship between the pressure exerted by a gaseous substance on the walls of its container and the volume occupied by the gas.
Charles’ law – the relationship between the absolute temperature of the gas and the volume occupied by the gas.
Gay-Lussac’s law – the relationship between the pressure exerted by a gaseous substance on the walls of its container and the absolute temperature of the gas.
Avogadro’s law – the relationship between the volume occupied by a gas and the amount of gaseous substance.

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