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The **Combined Gas Law (P•V/T=k)** calculator computes the pressure, volume, temperature and constant based on Combined Gas Law. The equations in this calculator provide the solution to each of the for four components of this formula: (P) pressure, (V) volume, (T) temperature and even the constant (k), and the calculator automatically handles numerous unit conversions for pressure, volume and temperature. The combined gas law is mathematically expressed follows (click on a parameter):

P • V / T = k

**Pressure**based on the Combine Gas Law: This computes pressure of the gas if you know volume, temperature and the combined gas constant for the specific gas.**Volume**based on the Combine Gas Law: This computes the volume of the gas if you know pressure, temperature and the combined gas constant for the specific gas.**Temperature**using the Combine Gas Law: This computes the temperature of the gas if you know pressure, volume and the combined gas constant for the specific gas.-
**k gas constant**using the Combine Gas Law: This computes the constant of proportionality of the gas if you know pressure, volume and the temperature for the specific gas.

**Boyle's Law Calculator**: P_{1}• V_{1}= P_{2}• V_{2}**Charles Law Calculator**: V_{1}• T_{2}= V_{2}• T_{1}**Combined Gas Law Calculator**: P•V / T= k**Gay-Lussac Law:**T_{1}•P_{2}=T_{2}•P_{1}**Ideal Gas Law**: P•V = n•R•T**Bragg's Law:**n·λ = 2d·sinθ

The **combined gas law** is a gas law that combines the relationships between temperature pressure and volume of ideal gases as expressed in Charles's law, Boyle's law, and Gay-Lussac's law. This law is an amalgamation of these three laws. These laws each relate one thermodynamic variable to another mathematically while holding everything else constant. The inter-dependencies of these variables is represented in the combined gas law, which states: The ratio between the pressure-volume product and the temperature of a system remains constant.