- Dalton's law: describes the relationship between partial pressure and the total pressure in a gas mixture
- according to the law, the pressure of a mixture of gases must equal the sum of partial pressures of all component gases
partial pressure= fractional concentration X total pressure
Boyl's law: volume of gas varies inversly with it's pressure
- Pressure X volume = K
- constant is temperature, mass
Charles law: volume of gas varies directly with temperature
V/T=K; constant is pressure, mass
Gay-lussac's law:pressure exerted by a gas varies directly with it's absolute temperature
P/T=K; constant is volume, mass