Which gas law states that the volume of a gas is directly proportional to its temperature?
If it's an Ideal Gas then it's :
For Ideal Gas :
P : Pressure
V : Volume
n : amount of substance of the gas
R : gas constante
T : absolute temperature
(SI base unit)
I have a different answer.
Charles's law, an experimental gas law, describes how gases tend to expand on heating.
Charles's law, which is also know as Law of Volumes, states that
For a sample of a dry gas, its volume and Kelvin temperature are directly related, provided pressure is held constant.
Mathematically relationship can be written as
Alternatively it can be written as