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Charles law

(shahrls),
all gases expand equally on heating, namely, 1/273.16 of their 0°C volume for every additional degree.
Synonym(s): Gay-Lussac law
[Jacques Charles]

Charles law

(shahrl law)
All gases expand equally on heating, namely, 1/273.16 of their volume at 0°C for every degree Celsius.
Synonym(s): Gay-Lussac law.
[Jacques Charles]

Charles,

Jacques, French physicist, 1746-1823.
Charles law - all gases expand equally on heating. Synonym(s): Gay-Lussac law

Charles law

(shahrl law)
All gases expand equally on heating, namely, 1/273.16 of their volume at 0°C for every degree Celsius.
Synonym(s): Gay-Lussac law.
[Jacques Charles]
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And on the boys side, Westlake's Erik Patton and Newbury Park's Charles Law are the favorites.
Patton will be joined by Newbury Park senior Charles Law, who qualified in the boys' 16-18 division.
Westlake High diving standout Erik Patton will be joined by cross-town rival Charles Law of Newbury Park High at the Junior Nationals later this month in Minnesota.
On the boys side, Newbury Park's Charles Law is probably the front-runner.