Gay-Lussac's law[gā′lə saks′]
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- the statement that the volumes of two or more gases that combine to give a gaseous product are in the proportion of small whole numbers to each other and to the volume of the product
- Charles's law
Origin: after Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac
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