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Graham's gas law application in daily life?
- Graham's Law helps us to determine the molecular weight of an unknown gas by knowing the molecular weight of an known gas and finding experimentally their rates of effusion. Anyway it is an old method of finding the molar weight of gases.
- In the preparation of bombs inseparable uranium isotopes are separated by using graham's law i.e., by sending the mixture of the uranium isotopes into a long tube the isotope with high molar weight reaches the end of the tube first and is collected. it is a lengthy process.
- In industries the detection of methane gas is done by using an apparatus called the ainsin apparatus which has its origin from graham's law
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its used for rising of bread & for flowing hot air balloon
used in auto mobiles
helium balloon left in sun will expand. sun makes balloon hotter and density will rise balloon
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1) In transformers 2) In LVDT 3) In oscillators 4) In filter circuits
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They are used when breathing (lungs), in spring beds, diving boards, cars (suspension), rubber bands, plastics, and your skin. Although these are a few, there are many more ap…plications in which we use Hooke's law.
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While catching a fast moving crickrt ball a fielder in the ground gradually pulls his hands backwards with the moving ball. In a high jump atheletic event the athlets are made… to fall either on a cushioned bed or on a sand bed.this is to increase the time of the athlets fall to stop after making the jump.
in daily life we do any thing it is mathmatical.....
it is used for checking the purity of substances such as foodstuff ,adulteration etc.
Gradients of hills
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