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Pressure is the force exerted over a given area and the behavior of most gases can be described using the ideal gas law.

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    Gas Pressure and Force

    Gas Pressure and Force

    by Tyson Grover //at grade

    Students will learn the basics of pressure and force, how pressure varies with altitude in our atmosphere, and the ideal gas law, which connects the concepts of volume, pressure, temperature, and the number of particles that compose a gas.

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