Oddments and corners culled from visits to National trust properties.
My computer at home is dead! May ot be able to comment or reply much
Boyle's law states that, at a constant temperature the pressure of a gas is inversely proportional to its volume. The smaller the space the more pressuried it is. Well that seems reasonable enough. Trouble is he then goes on to spoil it by saying that it is only approximately true of real gases, and completely true only of "ideal" or "perfect" gases which are a hypothetical concept. So what a load of old cobblers that is