Problem: The law of Gay-Lussac describes the relationship of  P and T (n and V being constant) for an ideal gas. From what you have learned about the other gas laws, which of the following expressions would be a description of Gay-Lussac law (ideal gases)? a) P ∝ k/T b) P ∝ T c P = T d) PT = constant e) None of these

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The law of Gay-Lussac describes the relationship of  P and T (n and V being constant) for an ideal gas. From what you have learned about the other gas laws, which of the following expressions would be a description of Gay-Lussac law (ideal gases)?

a) P ∝ k/T

b) P ∝ T

c P = T

d) PT = constant

e) None of these

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