# Alternative Boyles Law

Somewhere i define density as the Sum of charge vectors per unit volume and mass as the log to the base avogadros constant of the sum of charged vectors per unit volume.It is important to realise this is a new definition of maas and a new identification of mass. I perceive that what we ordinarily call mass is perhaps better viewed as relative density.

Now i want to look at pressure as 2 parts the first part is just the Sum (in avaogadro multiples) of regions per unit volume which is the density pressure. the log of this would be a measure of the mass of material(to the base avogadro's constant) so essentially density is already a pressure quantity.

The second part is a heat pressure quantity usually called temperature. I define it as the sum (in avaogadro multiples) of "Heated regions" per unit volume, the amount of heat in calories per unit volume. The Avogadro no of regions per unit volume are given a calorific value by addition /attachment or by multiplication.

We observe that the application of heat results in a dispersion of material and the lowering of pressure, while giving a kinaesthetic signal increase. Thus temperature is a measure of this tendency; thus volume has attached a calorific factor that increases it, but also the regional pressure spikes are increased by a related factor.(ie the number of hits on the regional boundary)

So pressure is a combination of

density pressure times by(1+ (avogadro quantites*a calorific fraction))/(volume times by a calorific factor)

or
density pressure times by(1+ (1*a calorific fraction))/(volume times by a calorific factor)

or
density pressure times by(1+ (1*a calorific fraction)/(volume times by a calorific factor))

This should give something like

as the pressure, with k relating to heat transfer constants, and n the number of moles of material in the focus substance.

We should be able to relate vector charge density to this formulation (.∑n=1NqnV×<symb><symb>1+K<symb>∑n=1Nqn'kV<symb><symb>

∑n=1NqnV×<symb><symb>1+K<symb>∑n=1Nqn'kV<symb><symb>

r=|_sum_{{n=1};{N};{q_{n}}}.
r=[mathml]{sum_{n=1}^{N}{q_{n}}}[/mathml].These are just to show that the math ml does not work!)

This is just one of the possible formulae where i have added c' as a heat vector which views the charge region as also a heat region, and N as multiples of Avogadros constant.

it also occurs to me that K is some form of log(k*v), so that when the volume is restricte the increase in pressure is related to the potential increase in volume, but when the volume is not restricted the increase in volume results in an overall drop in pressure.

I have given no thought to the vector product as yet, as i am still wondering if they should be simply magnitudes or dimensionless constants.

On reflection K and k are not constants, but are heat transfer functions which must model the rate and quantity of heat transferred into the region, akind of heat source count and heat intensity measure. Tautology cannot be avoided so i will need to define a nive notion of heat source, and a naive ntion of heat intensity that is relateable to temperature(height of mercury/ bend of bimetallic springs etc.)