The definition of Charles's Law is an explanation of how gas expands when heated.(noun)
An example of Charles's Law is the theory that shows why a pressurized area might explode if the temperature changes.
See Charles's law in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: after J. Charles (1746-1823), Fr physicist
See Charles's law in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: After Jacques Alexandre César Charles.
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