Gay-Lussac's law

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Gay-Lussac's law (Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac) states that

 \left. \frac{P}{T}\right\vert_V=k

where P is the pressure, T is the temperature and k is a constant. This holds true for an ideal gas.

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  1. Joseph-Louis Gay-Lussac "The Expansion of Gases by Heat", Annales de Chimie 43 pp. 137- (1802)