This calculator determines the final volume of gas given the initial temperature, initial volume, and final temperature. Enter these three values into the calculator below to determine the final volume.

## Charle’s Law Formula

The following formula describes the equation derived from Charle’s Law of ideal gases.

V₁ / T₁ = V₂ / T₂

• Where V1 is the initial volume
• V2 is the final volume
• T1 is the initial temperature
• T2 is the final temperature

Through this equation, we can re-arrange the variables to solve for the final volume of a gas going through a temperature and volume change. That equation is displayed as

(V₁ / T₁)*T₂ = V₂

It’s important to note, as with most laws involving gases, that these equations only work with ideal gases. Ideal gases behave in a way that lets scientists form clean equations for calculating their parameters.

## Charle’s Law Definition

Charles law describes that the temperature and volume of an ideal gas at any state are directly proportional.

## How to calculate final volume?

how to calculate final volume?

1. First, determine the initial volume and temperature.

Measure the initial volume and temperature of the gas.

2. Next, determine the final temperature.

Measure the final temperature of the gas.

3. Finally, calculate the final volume.

Using the second equation above, calculate the final volume.

## FAQ

What is Charle’s Law?

Charles law describes that the temperature and volume of an ideal gas at any state are directly proportional.