My name is John Dalton. I was born on September 5/6 of 1776. Born in Eaglesfield, Cumberland, England—died July 27, 1844, Manchester), English meteorologist and chemist, a pioneer in the development of modern.
I was the man who discovered Dalton's law ( hints why they named it after me.) I found this law in 1801 but was released in 1802.
I moved to Machester to teach mathematics
Dalton's Law of partial pressure states that “the total pressure exerted by the mixture of gases is the sum of all the partial pressure of the individual gases.” Partial pressure is the pressure exerted by a gas present in a mixture of gases
Hey John, what are you up to, and how can I help?
Im just working on daltons law
That is so cool!
What is the Fourmla?
Why is this law so Important?
Dalton's Law is especially important in atmospheric studies. The atmosphere is made up principally of nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and water vapors; the total atmospheric pressure is the sum of the partial pressures of each gas. ... Dalton's Law plays a large role in medicine and other breathing areas.