Gay lussac''s law of gaseous volumes, chemistry, Microeconomics

Gay Lussac''s law of gaseous volumes: While gases react with each other they always do so in volumes that bears a simple ratio to one and another or to the volumes of the products and if these are also gases, by provided all measurements of volumes are made under similar conditions of temperature & pressure. For example

N2 + 3H2 -> 2NH3
1 vol. 3 vol. 2 vol
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