Skip to main content
Home
Illustrations
Problem Sets
Calculators
About
Home
/
Boyle's Law Calculation Practice
Boyle's Law Calculation Practice
Given a container of helium gas with an initial volume of 141 L and pressure of 23 Pa,
calculate the volume if the pressure becomes 16 Pa.
Given your answer to the nearest L.
HINT
The relationship between pressure and volume is P
_{1}
V
_{1}
=P
_{2}
V
_{2}
For guidance solving this type of problem see the
video demonstration
Related Content
Illustrations
Boyle's Law
Problem Sets
Boyle's Law Concepts
Search form
Follow @SciencePrimer
Tweet
Contact SciencePrimer
Latest Illustrations
Mitosis and Cytokinesis
Exponential Patterns and Large Numbers
Cell Cycle
Adenosine Triphosphate
Log Scale Overview