# How can I remember Boyle`s law and Charle`s law?

I am a student of physics and have studied Boyle`s law and Charle`s law but I have difficulty in remembring them.I often mix them up.Please give me a tip to remember them so that I do not mix them up.

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- 1 decade agoBest Answer
Remember that the law assumes the temperature to be constant. Boyle's

Remember to convert gauge pressure to absolute pressure by adding 14.7 Charle's

- Harihara SLv 41 decade ago
Boil (Boyle) down the temperature of a gas with Charle's Law.

Therefore, temperature goes with Charle's law.

- Anonymous1 decade ago
Well, the way I remember the three gas laws (Boyle's, Charle's and Gay Lussac) is with two rules.

First, Temperature is ALWAYS on the bottom (p1/t1 = p2/t2 and v1/t1 = v2/t2) for the two temp ones. Seconds rule is that pressure is gay. I know it doesn't make sense, but it doesn't have to, because you're just trying to remember stuff.

So, we know that P and T and Gay Lussac, and V and T are Charle, so Boyle's has to be V and P (which it is: v1p1 = v2p2). Since Boyle's law has no temperature, nothing can be "on the bottom", so I know it's multiplying, and not dividing.

Hope that helps, it sure worked for me.

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- 1 decade ago
It is kind of silly-- but I tell my students this and it seems to work..

Remember that Charlies Angels are "hot".. well Charles law deals with temperature. To remember that Temp and volume are directly proportional to each other in this one.. I tell them to remember what happens to a balloon in a hot car... The temperature increases so the pressure increases, and eventually the balloon will pop.

Directly proportional- straight line graph- Charles

With Boyles Law... I have students think about a syringe. (a boil is something that you go to the doctor for... hence syringe.) When you press on the plunger.. you are increasing pressure.. what happens to the volume?--It gets less... and the same goes for pulling on the plunger.. you increase the volume.. As one gets larger the other gets smaller, therefore they are inversely proportional.

Inversely proportional- curved graph- Boyles (a boil is curved outward from the skin--gross, but it works.)

- jcsuperstar714Lv 41 decade ago
They both apply to ideal gases. In such cases, PV/T is constant. All you then have to remember is that pressure, P, is constant (isobaric) for Charles Law and thus P/T is constant, and that temperature, T, is constant (isothermal) for Boyle's Law, thus PV is constant.

- Anonymous1 decade ago
remember 'Boiling' water is at 100 degrees ie a constant - so in Boyle's law (boils) the temp is constant

- Anonymous5 years ago
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