What are some common mistakes students make with the Boyle's law?
Boyle's Law compares the inverse relationship between pressure and volume of at gas at a constant temperature. Boyle's Law is based upon the mathematical relationship between pressure an volume in the equation
The most common mistake students make is in making sure their units are compatible. Pressure can be measured in atmospheres (atm), Torrcellis (torr), millimeters of mercury (mmHg), Pascals (Pa). Volume can be measured in liters (L), milliliters (mL), centimeters cubed
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