# Physics Tutorial 13.9 - Gas Laws

There are 4 lessons in this physics tutorial covering Gas Laws. The tutorial starts with an introduction to Gas Laws and is then followed with a list of the separate lessons, the tutorial is designed to be read in order but you can skip to a specific lesson or return to recover a specific physics lesson as required to build your physics knowledge of Gas Laws. you can access all the lessons from this tutorial below.

In this Physics tutorial, you will learn:

• What is the relationship between pressure and volume of an ideal gas at constant temperature?
• What is the relationship between pressure and temperature of an ideal gas at constant volume?
• What is the relationship between volume and temperature of an ideal gas at constant pressure?
• What is the relationship between volume and amount of an ideal gas at constant temperature and pressure?
• What does the P - V graph represent in each case?

## Introduction

In the previous tutorials, we have pointed out the existence of the three thermodynamic parameters: pressure, volume and temperature. Now we will discuss more in detail what happens when we manipulate any of these variables or keep them constant.

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Thermodynamics Learning Material
Tutorial IDPhysics Tutorial TitleTutorialVideo
Tutorial
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Notes
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Questions
13.9Gas Laws
Lesson IDPhysics Lesson TitleLessonVideo
Lesson
13.9.1Relationship between Pressure and Volume at Constant Temperature. The Boyle's Law
13.9.2Relationship between Pressure and Temperature at Constant Volume. The Gay-Lussacs's Law
13.9.3Relationship between Volume and Temperature at Constant Pressure. The Charles's Law
13.9.4Relationship between the Volume of Ideal Gas and the Number of Molecules. The Avogadro's Law

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