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What is the law behind filtration?

(a) Darcy’s law

(b) Henry’s law

(c) Dalton’s law

(d) Newton’s law

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The correct choice is (a) Darcy’s law

Explanation: The theory of filtration depends on the factors influencing the rate of filtration through the filtering medium, than the mechanism by which the particles are retained. The factors affecting the rate of filtration were studied in Darcy’s law.

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