Gases: Gay-Lussac's Law

Around 1801, Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac observed the rate of expansion for a gas with increasing temperature was constant for all gases as long as the pressure was constant and water was absent.  This experiment will explore the relationship between temperature and the volume of a gas.

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