Fill in the right articles: A, An, the, Ø.
Boyle's law states ____ pressure of ____ gas is inversely proportional to ____ volume of ____ gas ____ constant temperature.
I Agree to @my name's response to this question. As @my name explains pressure and volume are specific to gas, so we use "the." But what about "temperature". Should it be "the constant temperature" or "constant temperature?"
Also, temperature, pressure, and volume are all uncountable nouns. Thus, indefinite articles (a and an) does not follow them. But take a look at the sentence below from Wikipedia. In which indefinite article "a" follows them. This really confuses me.