perfect gas


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perfect gas

[′pər·fikt ′gas]
(thermodynamics)
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He details, for instance, how a person on the ground can measure the height of a tall building and how Boyle's law defines the relationship of volume and pressure for a perfect gas.
One could have R = 1 with the dimension zero by definition of T read on a perfect gas thermometer.