Enter 5 values below Using the Combined Gas Law:

Calculate T_{2}

Combined Gas Law Formula:

where T = temperature P = Pressure V = Volume

Cross Multiply

P_{1} x V_{1} x T_{2} = P_{2} x V_{2} x T_{1}

Divide each side by P_{1} x V_{1}

P_{1} x V_{1} x T_{2} P_{1} x V_{1}

P_{2} x V_{2} x T_{1} P_{1} x V_{1}

T_{2} = P_{2} x V_{2} x T_{1} P_{1} x V_{1}

Plug in our values

T_{2} = 30 x 30 x 50 80 x 70

Final Answer

T_{2} = 8.0357142857143

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How does the Combined Gas Law Calculator work?
Free Combined Gas Law Calculator - This will solve for any of the 6 items in the Combined Gas Law using pressure, volume (Capacity), and temperature.
(P_{1} x V_{1} )/T1 = (P_{2} x V_{2} )/T2 This calculator has 6 inputs.

What 1 formula is used for the Combined Gas Law Calculator?
(P

_{1} x V

_{1} )/T1 = (P

_{2} x V

_{2} )/T2

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What 7 concepts are covered in the Combined Gas Law Calculator?
capacity the maximum amount that something can contain combined gas law the ratio of the product of pressure and volume and the absolute temperature of a gas is equal to a constant. P_{1} V_{1} /T_{1} = P_{2} V_{2} /T_{2} law a mathematical statement which always holds true pressure the amount of force exerted per area temperature degree of hotness or coldness measured on a definite scale. An average measure of the kinetic energy for particles of matter. variable Alphabetic character representing a number volume quantity of 3-dimensional space

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