**Result:**

## Introduction to Boyle’s Law Calculator:

Boyle’s Law describes the relationship between the pressure and volume of a gas when the temperature is constant. According to Boyle’s Law:

When the volume of a gas increases, the pressure decreases (assuming the temperature remains constant).

When the volume of a gas decreases, the pressure increases (assuming the temperature remains constant).

#### Formula:

Boyle’s Law is mathematically represented as:

*P*1×*V*1=*P*2×*V*2

Where:

*P*1 = Initial Pressure*V*1 = Initial Volume*P*2 = Final Pressure*V*2 = Final Volume

## Working of the Calculator:

The Boyle’s Law calculator provided here enables users to compute the unknown value (either initial or final pressure or volume) based on the given values using the Boyle’s Law formula. Here’s how it works:

**Input Values:**

Enter known values for Initial Volume (*V*1), Initial Pressure (*P*1), Final Volume (*V*2), or Final Pressure (*P*2) into their respective input fields.

**Calculate:**

Click the “Calculate” button to execute the calculation.

**Result Display:**

The calculated result will be displayed below the button based on the provided inputs.

## Summary:

Boyle’s Law Calculator applies Boyle’s Law formula to calculate unknown pressure or volume values when the other parameters are given.

This calculator simplifies computations related to pressure and volume changes of a gas at constant temperature.

It assists in understanding how changes in gas volume affect its pressure, and vice versa, maintaining a constant temperature.

This calculator is a helpful tool for students, researchers, or anyone interested in understanding the relationship between pressure and volume in gases according to Boyle’s Law.