ideal gas

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ideal gas

n.
A gas that, when kept at a constant temperature, would obey gas laws exactly. No known gas is an ideal gas.
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The pressure is then deduced from the perfect gas law.
gas] is the absolute temperature, and R is the perfect gas constant).
Now if we denote by n(t) the number of moles of gas introduced for the inflation of the thermoplastic membrane, by P(t) the internal pressure, and by V(t) the volume occupied by the membrane at time t, then for perfect gas conditions, we can write the following relation: