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Henry's law: P = kx, combined with Dalton's law becomes y = kx/P

Relative volatility: y = ax/(1 + (a -1)x)

Raoult's law and Henry's law are linear when temperature and pressure are kept constant. But if we vary the temperature while keeping pressure constant, are all three equations equivalent? Is Henry's law a more generalized version of Raoult's law where k = P* ?