Blagden law

Blag·den law

(blahg'dĕn),
the depression of the freezing point of dilute solutions is proportional to the amount of the dissolved substance.
[Charles Blagden]

Blag·den law

(blahg'dĕn law)
The depression of the freezing point of dilute solutions is proportional to the amount of the dissolved substance.
[Charles Blagden]

Blagden,

Sir Charles, English physician, 1748-1820.
Blagden law - the depression of the freezing point of dilute solutions is proportional to the amount of the dissolved substance.