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Would you expect the pressure of a 12.5 mL syringe of natural gas to be the same as the pressure of 12.5 mL of air? In other words, is Boyle's Law dependent on the type of gas that is being measured?

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    For an ideal gas Boyle's Law is independent of the kind of gas.

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    Yes

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