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  • {{r|Dalton's law of partial pressure}}
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  • {{r|Partial pressure}}
    1,022 bytes (160 words) - 12:52, 27 May 2010
  • {{r|Partial pressure}}
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  • {{r|Partial pressure}}
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  • {{r|Partial pressure}}
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  • ...cuum''' refers to a realizable but non-ideal, or imperfect, vacuum. The '''partial pressure''' of a gas in a mixture of gases is the portion of the total gas pressure ...chnology |editor=G. L. Weissler, Robert Warner Carlson |chapter=Chapter 3: Partial pressure measurement |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=tfLWfAx1ZWQC&pg=PA81 |pag
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  • ...lton's law]] states that each gas in a mixture of [[ideal gas]]es has a '''partial pressure''' which is the pressure that the gas would have if it alone occupied the s [[Henry's law]] states that at a constant temperature, the '''partial pressure''' of a gas in [[Chemical equilibrium|equilibrium]] with a liquid solution
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  • ...lton's law]] states that each gas in a mixture of [[ideal gas]]es has a '''partial pressure''' which is the pressure that the gas would have if it alone occupied the s [[Henry's law]] states that at a constant temperature, the '''partial pressure''' of a gas in [[Chemical equilibrium|equilibrium]] with a liquid solution
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  • ...nsp;<math>v_w</math>&thinsp;) of the water vapor in the gas mixture, the [[partial pressure]] of water vapor (&thinsp;<math>p_w</math>&thinsp;) in the gas mixture can When the partial pressure of water vapor (&thinsp;<math>p_w</math>&thinsp;) in the gas mixture equals
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  • {{r|Partial pressure}}
    858 bytes (129 words) - 00:14, 24 May 2010
  • |align=left|= <math>p_i</math> = the partial pressure of component <math>i</math> in the liquid mixture The ratio, often expressed as a percentage, of the partial pressure of water in the atmosphere at some observed temperature, to the vapor press
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  • ...the liquid mixture. The term '''''p<sub>i</sub>Χ<sub>i</sub>''''' is the partial pressure of component '''''i''''' in the mixture. The ratio, often expressed as a percentage, of the partial pressure of water in the atmosphere at some observed temperature, to the vapor press
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  • ...in a given type and volume of [[liquid]] is directly proportional to the [[partial pressure]] of that gas in equilibrium with that liquid.'' :<math>p\,</math> is the partial pressure of the [[solute]] above the [[solution]]
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  • |align=left|= [[Partial pressure]], (&thinsp;[[Atmosphere (unit)|atm]] for equation 1 and [[torr|mmHg]] for ...e gas and the volume percent of sulfur trioxide in the flue gas, since the partial pressure of any component of a gaseous mixture may be obtained by simply multiplying
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  • ...in a given type and volume of [[liquid]] is directly proportional to the [[partial pressure]] of that gas in equilibrium with that liquid.'' :<math>p\,</math> is the [[partial pressure]] of the [[solute]] above the [[solution]]
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  • ...e circulating glycol, many of the enhanced systems focus on lowering the [[partial pressure]] of water in the stripper to increase the removal of water from the wet gl
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  • {{r|Partial pressure}}
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  • ...for each [[ion]] participating in the [[chemical reaction|reaction]], a [[partial pressure]] of 1 [[bar (unit)|bar]] for each [[gas]] that is part of the reaction, an
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  • ...ygen is less that 30 mm Hg. The hyphae expand beneath the surface when the partial pressure of oxygen was greater than 30 mm Hg and growth cease at atmospheric conditi
    14 KB (2,297 words) - 00:20, 29 October 2013
  • ...to calculate, but accounts for changes in respiration as measured by the [[partial pressure]] of carbon dioxide. However, this calculation relies on the respiratory qu
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