Graham's law


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Related to Graham's law: Dalton's law, Graham's Law of Diffusion

Graham's law

n
(General Physics) the principle that the rates of diffusion and effusion of a gas are inversely proportional to the square root of its density, proposed by Thomas Graham (1805-69) in 1831
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Combined with the diffusion rate determined from Graham's Law, this Fickian law is a way to calculate exchange rates of gases across membranes.)
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This is still called Graham's law, and because of this discovery, Graham is considered one of the founders of physical chemistry.