What are some real life applications to Avogadro's law?

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Things we use in our daily lives and can see. Possibly some experiments proving this law.
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I don't know about daily lives. If you have natural gas at your house(I don't) the rate of delivery of gas is measured by volume. The heat derived from burning the gas is dependent on the number of moles of gas that is combined with oxygen from the air in a unit time. Avogadro's hypothesis relates volume to the number of molecules used.

Some cars(not mine) are powered by some gas(propane or Hydrogen) rather than by gasoline or Diesel. The size of the fuel tank obviously is measured based on volume. The energy available is based on not only the type of gas but by the number of molecules that are available to burn in the engine.
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