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`"T"_"Ideal" = (P*V)/(n*R)`

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The **ideal gas law (Temperature)** calculator computes temperature based on the Ideal Gas Law and the number of moles (n), the pressure (P), the volume (V) and the Ideal Gas Constant (R).

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose your preferred units and enter the following:

- (
**n**) This is the number of moles. - (
**P**) This is the pressure - (
**V**) This is the volume

**Temperature:** The temperature (**T**) is returned in degrees Kelvin. However, this can be automatically converted to other temperature units via the pull-down menu.

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The **ideal gas law ^{[1]}** is a thermodynamics equation that solves for specific variables of a gas at ideal conditions. To learn more visit the ideal gas law calculator. The Ideal Gas Law formula is:

where:

**P**is the pressure using the Ideal Gas Law.**V**is the volume using the Ideal Gas Law.**n**is the number of moles (n) using the Ideal Gas Law.**R**is the Universal Gas Constant**T**is the temperature using the Ideal Gas Law.

- Charles Law
- Ideal gas law (solved for Pressure)
- Ideal gas law (solved for moles)
- Ideal gas law (solved for volume)
- Boyle's Law

[1]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ideal_gas_law

[2]Whitten, et al. 10th Edition. Pp.435