Ideal Gas Law Equations Calculator

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Universal Gas Constant:

Solving for moles

Inputs:

 pressure (P) pascalatmospherebardyne/centimeter^2foot of waterinch of mercuryinch of waterkilonewton/meter^2millibarmillimeter of mercurynewton/meter^2pound/foot^2pound/inch^2torr
 volume (V) meter^3barrel UKbarrel US drybarrel US federalbarrel US liquidbarrel US oil petroleumbushel UKbushel US drycentimeter^3cord firewoodcord foot woodcup Canadacup metriccup USdeciliterdecimeter^3foot^3gallon UKgallon US liquidinch^3kilometer^3litermillilitermillimeter^3ounce UK fluidounce US fluidpint UKpint USquart UKquart USsteretablespoon UKtablespoon USteaspoon UKteaspoon USyard^3
 temperature (T) celsiusfahrenheitkelvinrankin

Conversions:

 pressure (P)= 0 = 0atmosphere
 volume (V)= 0 = 0liter
 temperature (T)= 0 = 0kelvin

Solution:

 moles (n)= NOT CALCULATED

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Ideal Gas Law
 pressure volume mole temperature
Ideal Gas Law
 density pressure specific gas constant temperature
Boyle's Law
 Boyle's Law pressure at state 1 volume at state 1 pressure at state 2 volume at state 2
Where
 P = pressure V = volume n = mole R = universal gas constant T = temperature ρ = density Rspecific = specific gas constant

References - Books:
1) Tipler, Paul A.. 1995. Physics For Scientists and Engineers. Worth Publishers. 3rd ed.
2) Lindeburg, Michael R. 1992. Engineer In Training Reference Manual. Professional Publication, Inc. 8th Edition.

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