The pressure of an ideal gas at constant temperature varies inversely with the volume; Also called: Mariotte's law.
States that the volume of a gas, at constant temperature, varies inversely with the pressure.
Law stating that the volume of a given mass of gas at a constant temperature is inversely proportional to its pressure. For example, if the pressure of a gas doubles, its volume will be reduced by a half, and vice versa. The law was discovered in 1662 by Irish physicist and chemist Robert Boyle. See also gas laws.
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