Dalton law


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Related to Dalton law: Raoult's law, Henry law, Charles Law

Dal·ton law

(dahl'tŏn),
each gas in a mixture of gases exerts a pressure proportionate to the percentage of the gas and independent of the presence of the other gases present.
[John Dalton]

Dal·ton law

(dawl'tŏn law)
Each gas in a mixture of gases exerts a pressure proportionate to the percentage of the gas and independent of the presence of the other gases present.
Synonym(s): law of partial pressures.
[John Dalton]

Dalton,

John, English chemist, mathematician, and natural philosopher, 1766-1844.
Dalton law - each gas in a mixture of gases exerts a pressure proportionate to the percentage of the gas and independent of the presence of the other gases present. Synonym(s): law of partial pressures
Dalton-Henry law - in dissolving a mixture of gases, a liquid will absorb as much of each gas in the mixture as if that were the only gas dissolved.

Dal·ton law

(dawl'tŏn law)
Each gas in a mixture of gases exerts a pressure proportionate to the percentage of the gas and independent of the presence of the other gases present.
Synonym(s): law of partial pressures.
[John Dalton]