# Gay-Lussac's gas law calculator

Gay-Lussac's gas law is a special case of ideal gas law that states that pressure of a gas is proportional to temperature when volume is fixed. Gay-Lussac's gas law wiki article
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 Pressure (P1) atmosphere (standard) atmosphere (technical) bar barye (cgs unit) centimetre of mercury centimetre of water (4 C) foot of mercury (conventional) foot of water (39.2 F) inch of mercury (conventional) inch of water (39.2 F) kilogram-force per square millimetre kip per square inch micron (micrometre) of mercury millimetre of mercury millimetre of water (3.98 C) pascal (SI unit) pieze (mts unit) pound per square foot pound per square inch poundal per square foot short ton per square foot torr Pressure (P2) atmosphere (standard) atmosphere (technical) bar barye (cgs unit) centimetre of mercury centimetre of water (4 C) foot of mercury (conventional) foot of water (39.2 F) inch of mercury (conventional) inch of water (39.2 F) kilogram-force per square millimetre kip per square inch micron (micrometre) of mercury millimetre of mercury millimetre of water (3.98 C) pascal (SI unit) pieze (mts unit) pound per square foot pound per square inch poundal per square foot short ton per square foot torr Temperature (T1) degree Celsius degree Delisle degree Fahrenheit degree Newton degree Rankine degree Reaumur degree Romer degree Kelvin (SI unit) Temperature (T2) degree Celsius degree Delisle degree Fahrenheit degree Newton degree Rankine degree Reaumur degree Romer degree Kelvin (SI unit)

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