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What is Boltzmann's constant?

The Ideal gas law PV=nRT
Where n is number of moles of gas

              n=N/NA
Where N= number of gaseous molecules and NA is Avagadro's  number

            PV=(N/NA)×RT
            PV=N(R/NA)×T
            PV=N(Kb)×T
Where Kb is Boltzmann's constant

 Kb=R/NA= (8.31÷6.022×10^23)
                  = 1.38×10^-23



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