law of Guldberg and Waage

law of Guld·​berg and Waa·​ge | \ -ˈgu̇lˌbergənˈvägə \

Definition of law of Guldberg and Waage

: law of mass action

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History and Etymology for law of Guldberg and Waage

after Cato M. Guldberg †1902 Norwegian chemist and mathematician and Peter Waage †1900 Norwegian chemist, its formulators

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“Law of Guldberg and Waage.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 10 May. 2021.

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