Asked Jan 4, 2020

What is use of Dalton's law of partial pressures?


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The Dalton’s law is also known as Dalton’s law of partial pressure. It states that when the non-reacting gases are mixed then the resultant pressure of the gas mixture is the sum of the partial pressure of individual gases.

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Mathematical expression of the Dalton’s law is:

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Consider x1 be the mole fraction. Then fr...

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