dalton's law of partial pressures definition

  • noun:
    • (chemistry and physics) legislation saying that the pressure exerted by a combination of gases equals the sum of the limited pressures associated with fumes in the mixture; the stress of a gas in a mixture equals the stress it might use if it occupied the exact same volume alone during the exact same heat
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