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Calculations involving pressure-temperature relationships

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    Gay-Lussac's Law

    Gay-Lussac's Law

    by Sara E. Vogt //at grade
    States Gay-Lussac’s Law and gives an example of calculations using that law.
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    Summertime Woe

    Summertime Woe

    by Charles Yu //at grade
    Why are tires more susceptible to popping in the summer? Find out why!
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    Hot Tires and Cold Drinks

    Hot Tires and Cold Drinks

    by Brooke Smith //at grade
    Covers the effect of temperature on pressure and of pressure upon temperature.
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