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Law of Multiple Proportions by Dalton

The law of multiple proportions is one of the basic laws studied in chemistry. It along with the law of definite proportions has contributed to the understanding of stoichiometry in early days. The law was proposed by English chemist John Dalton in 1803, who is also known for his law of partial pressures. Dalton published the law in his book New System of Chemical Philosophy (Vol 1).

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Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures

Dalton's law is also known as the law of partial pressure or Gibbs-Dalton law (rarely). The law describes the relationship between the total pressure of a mixture of non-reacting ideal gases and the partial pressures of each individual component. Dalton's law is valid for ideal gases. The law is similar to Amagat's law of additive volumes.

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