Raoult law

Ra·oult law

(rah-ūl'),
the vapor pressure of a solution of a nonvolatile nonelectrolyte is that of the pure solvent multiplied by the mole-fraction of the solvent in the solution.
[François M. Raoult]

Ra·oult law

(rah-ūl' law)
The vapor pressure of a solution of a nonvolatile nonelectrolyte is that of the pure solvent multiplied by the mole-fraction of the solvent in the solution.
[François M. Raoult]

Raoult,

François M., French physicist, 1830-1899.
Raoult law - the vapor pressure exerted by a component in a solution is directly proportional to its mole-fraction in the solution.