Partial Volume

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Partial Pressure - Partial Volume (Amagat's Law of Additive Volume)
... The partial volume of a particular gas is the volume which the gas would have if it alone occupied the volume, with unchanged pressure and temperature ... It can be approximated both from partial pressure and molar fraction Vx is the partial volume of any individual gas component (X) Vtot is the total ...

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