Graham’s law of diffusion states the rate of diffusion between two gases is inversely proportional to their molar masses. Now, this is helpful when we are focused on two gases. But that is rarely the case in a beaker or even the atmosphere.
So how do you measure the rates of diffusion of many gases moving at once? Do you measure each rate of effusion (inversely proportional to molar mass) and just order them, then use stoichiometry to determine which one will be dispersed quickest based on the amounts present?