### Online College Courses for Credit

#### FREE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES PROVIDED by SOPHIA

##### Are you a student?
Free Professional Development
+

# Boyle's Law

##### Rating:
(0)
Author: BRIAN MILLER
##### Description:

Identify the units of pressure, volume and temperature.

Convert between atmospheres, torrcellis, kilopascals and mmHg.

Convert between mL, L, cm3 and dm3 .

Convert between oC, K and oF.

Understand the inverse mathematical relationship between Pressure and Volume in Boyle's Law.

Understand the direct mathematical relationship between Volume and Temperature in Charles' Law.

Understand the direct mathematical relationship between Pressure and Temperature in Gay-Lussac's Law.

Understand the mathematical relationship of pressure, volume and temperature in the Combined Gas Law.

Students will explore the relationships represented by the mathematical calculations of Boyle's, Charles, Gay-Lussac and Combined Gas Laws.

PV = PV

V/T =V/T

P/T = P/T

PV/T = PV/T

(more)

### Developing Effective Teams

*No strings attached. This college course is 100% free and is worth 1 semester credit.

29 Sophia partners guarantee credit transfer.

312 Institutions have accepted or given pre-approval for credit transfer.

* The American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE Credit®) has evaluated and recommended college credit for 27 of Sophia’s online courses. Many different colleges and universities consider ACE CREDIT recommendations in determining the applicability to their course and degree programs.

Tutorial

SMARTERTEACHER provides an overview of the relationship between pressure and volume in Boyle's Law.

Source: SMARTERTEACHER You Tube

SMARTERTEACHER explains the inverse mathematical relationship between Pressure and Volume utilizing Boyle's Law (PV=PV)

## Gas Law Formula Sheet

Formula Sheet for Gas Laws, formula, units and conversions.

of

Source: SMARTERTEACHER Computer

Tyler D. of Socratic explains Boyle's Law.

Source: Tyler DeWitt You Tube

Three demonstrations of Boyle's Law in action.

Source: Juanpjames You Tube