What are some examples of Boyle's law?

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May 28, 2015

Boyle's law investigates the relationship between pressure and volume. The relationship is inverse, meaning as volume decreases, there is more pressure in a system.

This is because there is less space for the molecules to move around, causing a greater chance of collisions.

The equation for Boyle's Law is P1xV1=P2XV2

There are some real-life examples of Boyle's law which can be found in this video.