### Names

en-IN | Gas constant |

en-IN | Ideal gas constant |

en-IN | Molar gas constant |

en-IN | Universal gas constant |

nl-NL | Algemene gasconstante |

nl-NL | Gasconstante |

nl-NL | Molaire gasconstante |

### Description

### Measures

### References

*Gas constant*

The gas constant (also known as the molar, universal, or ideal gas constant, usually denoted by symbol R) is a physical constant which is featured in a large number of fundamental equations in the physical sciences, such as the ideal gas law and the Nernst equation. It is equivalent to the Boltzmann constant, but expressed in units of energy (i.e. the pressure-volume product) per kelvin per mole (rather than energy per kelvin per particle).
Its value is:
R = 8.314472(15) J . K^-1 . mol^-1
The two digits in parentheses are the uncertainty (standard deviation) in the last two digits of the value.

[Wikipedia (En)]

*Gasconstante*

De gasconstante, ook algemene gasconstante of molaire gasconstante geheten, is de evenredigheidsconstante R die voorkomt in de ideale gaswet.
pV = n R T
waarin p de druk, V het volume, n de hoeveelheid en T de absolute temperatuur van het gas is.

[Wikipedia (Nl)]