Ideal gas constant and gas equation, Physics

ideal gas constant; universal molar gas constant; R

The constant which acts in the ideal gas equation. It is 8.314 34 J/K/mol.

ideal gas equation

An equation that sums up the ideal gas laws in one easy equation,

P V = n R T,

Where P refer to the pressure, V refer to the volume, n refer to the number of moles present, and T refer to the temperature of the sample.

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