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When the temperature and number of particles of a gas are constant, which of the following is also constant? a. the sum of the pressure and volume b. the difference of the pressure and volume c. the product of the pressure and volume d. the ratio of the pressure and volume
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When the temperature and number of particles of a gas are constant, the product of the pressure and volume is also constant.
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When the temperature and number of particles of a gas are constant, the product of the pressure and volume is also constant.
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