There is no constant in boyles law?
according to the gas law PV=nRT there is no (+c) in boyles law to what is this extra constant due?
- jeffrey sLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
boyle's law is PV = k
k some constant value
if you want to use the ideal gas law PV= nRT
n the number of moles is constant
R is the gas constant
T temperature is also goign to be constant
here k is replaced by R