Daltons law of partial pressures, Physics

Dalton's law of partial pressures (J. Dalton)

The overall pressure of a mixture of ideal gases is equivalent to the total of the partial pressures of its components; i.e., the total of the pressures that each of component would exert if it were present alone & occupied the similar volume as the mixture.

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