Gas laws

From Glossary of Meteorology

gas laws

(Also called ideal-gas laws.) Usually, the laws associated with an ideal gas.

Modifications to these, such as Van der Waal's equation, are necessary for real gases, but modifications are small for atmospheric gases at normal environmental conditions.
See Boyle's law, Charles–Gay–Lussac law, Dalton's law.

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