Tags: Partial Pressure
Henry's Law describes the relationship between the pressure of a gas above a liquid and the amount of the gas that will dissolve in the liquid.
Raoult's law gives a method of estimating the composition and pressure of the vapour above a liquid mixture. This article describes the basis of Raoult's law and provides an example of how to apply it.
Dalton's law provides a method by which the total pressure of a gas mixture can be calculated using the partial pressures of the component gases of the mixture.