# Science Study

## 16 terms

### Boyle's Law

There is an inverse relationship between pressure on a gas and volume of a gas.

### Volume of Gas

Dependent Variable Boyle's

### Pressure Exerted

Independent Variable Boyle's

### Boyle Graph Title

The relationship between pressure on a gas and volume of a gas when pressure is increasing.

### Charles' Law

Gas volume increases as temperature increases.

### Gas Volume (balloon circumference)

Dependent Variable Charles'

### Temperature of the Gas

Independent Variable - Charles'

### Direct Linear

What Charles' graph should have been (direction and such)

### Charles Graph Title

The increase of gas volume measured by the circumference of a balloon depending on the increase of the temperature.

### Absolute Zero

-273 Degrees Celcius, 0 Degrees Kelvin

### Kelvin

Same increments as Celcius, but beginning as -273 degrees Celcius

### Direct Non-Linear

What Charles' graph was (The balloon eventually can't expand anymore, so the volume of the gas can only get so big.)

### Inverse Non-Linear

What Boyle's Graph looked like (direction and such)

### liquid

compressed air becomes ______ (not water!)

### Bubbles

Increase in size of bubbles as they rise to the surface
We've all seen movies showing scuba divers breathing under water and bubbles growing as they rise to the surface. This is a good example of Boyle's Law in nature. We know that the deeper we go in the sea, more the pressure. Therefore as the bubbles rise to the surface the pressure decreases and accordingly the volume increases. (BOYLE RLA)

### Ping pong balls

put them in hot water - start to inflate! (CHARLES RLA)