ALWAYS use Degrees Kelvin when using this calculator.

Revised 06/16/2017

The above formula is the Combined Gas Law and is used when Pressure, Volume and
Temperature change.
Remembering that
• Boyle's Law is applicable only when Pressure and Volume change,
• Charles' Law applies only when Temperature and Volume change and
• Gay-Lussac's Law applies only when pressure and temperature
change.

As a practice example, 8 liters of a gas has a pressure of 760 torr
and a temperature of 600 Degrees Kelvin.
Calculate the temperature when the volume is 2 liters
and the pressure is 1520 torr.
Your answer should equal 300 Degrees Kelvin.