Derivation of ideal gas equation

1. May 2, 2014

Soumalya

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2. May 2, 2014

ZealScience

The photo is way too small to be seen...Do you have the link to the original file?

Also what is meant by your 'derivation'? The first few lines seem to be Boyle's Law and similar which is empirical. If you mean deriving from statistical mechanics and kinetic gas theory, I expect more algebra though.

3. May 2, 2014

4. May 2, 2014

Soumalya

I wish to arrive at the ideal gas equation from the fundamental gas laws viz. Boyle's law,Charle's law,Gay-Lussac's law and Avogadro's law.I am familiar with the derivation of the ideal gas equation from the kinetic theory of gases.

5. May 2, 2014

dauto

Yes, the ideal gas law is the combination of all these simpler laws. There isn't much of a derivation to be had though. You just stitch them together.