Gay Lussac's Law (Constant Volume)

By: Daniel Storie, Josh Spurgin, John Truong

Description and What it means

If the volume stays the same but you change the temperature , the pressure will either in crease or decrease. If the temperature goes up so does the pressure, and vice versa.

Real Life Example

An example of Gay Lussacs law in everyday life would be if a tire on an automobile were to explode. The heat from the tar would cause the gases in the tire to double which would cause pressure in the tire. Eventually the tire would pop or explode because of the buildup of pressure.
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