Graham law


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Gra·ham law

(grā'ăm),
the relative rapidity of diffusion of two gases varies inversely as the square root of their densities, that is, their molecular weights.
[Thomas Graham]

Gra·ham law

(grā'ăm law)
The relative rapidity of diffusion of two gases varies inversely as the square root of their densities, i.e., their molecular weights.
[Thomas Graham]

Graham law

(grā′ăm)
[Thomas Graham, Brit. chemist, 1805–1869]
A law stating that the rate of diffusion of a gas is inversely proportional to the square root of its molecular mass (molecular weight).

Graham,

Thomas, English chemist, 1805-1869.
Graham law - the relative rapidity of diffusion of two gases varies inversely as the square root of their densities, i.e., their molecular weights.
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