What are examples of Charles Law?

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There are several different types of gas laws. Charles Law is one of those gas laws. It is also known as the law of volumes. The law was first written about in 1802 by the philospher Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac. The original founder of Charles Law was Jacques Charles in 1780. One example of the Charles Law is when an inflatable toy with just a small amount of air is left in the sun, the suns heat will make the childs toy expand and swell with air.
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I believe that two examples would be soda or beer, and hot air balloons.
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The relationship between temperature & volume, at a constant number of moles &
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Influenced by the rise in popularity of hot-air balloons, Jacques Charles investigated the compressibility of gases in the 1780s. His experiments were built on Robert Boyle's work
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ooh we did this in school, put a balloon in hot hot water for 5 minutes, and then a balloon of the same size and diameter ( to keep the example controlled) in ice water. Look for
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