Charles law

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[Jacques A. C. Charles, Fr. physicist, 1746-1823]
At constant pressure, a given amount of gas expands its volume in direct proportion to the absolute temperature.
SYN: SEE: Gay-Lussac law
SEE: Boyle's law

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