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Hello, I am John Dalton. I am a chemist, physicist, and meteorologist. I am known for my discoveries for Dalton's law, color blindness, and atomic theory
I was born on September 6, 1766 in Eaglesfield, United Kingdom I died on July 27, 1844 in Manchester, United Kingdom
I went to college at Harris Manchester College. I discovered Dalton’s law in 1800, where I was at the time writing a series of lectures. I observed the pressure of steam at various temperatures in air, evaporation, and thermal expansion of gases. He concluded that the pressure for the steam was equal to the total pressure.
PTotal=Pgas 1+Pgas 2+Pgas 3...
Total Pressure: Dependent Gases: Independent
Relevance- It's relevant in measuring certain gas compositions. Meteorology- This law applies to meteorology because it is important to studying the atmosphere. We can find out atmospheric pressure using Dalton’s law by measuring individual particles such as oxygen, nitrogen, etc.
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