# Using Henry's Law to calculate the solubility of a gasAt 25.0 °C the Henry's Law constant for methane (CH,) gas in water is 1.4 x 10 M/atm.3Calculate the mass in grams of CH, gas that can be dissolved in 625. mL of water at 25.0 °C and a CH, partial pressure of 2.98 atm.4Round your answer to 2 significant digitsx10XExplanationCheck2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reservee

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Calculate the mass in grams of CH4 gas that can be dissolved in 625.  ML of water at 25 Celsius and a CH 4 partial pressure of 2.98 ATM. help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseUsing Henry's Law to calculate the solubility of a gas At 25.0 °C the Henry's Law constant for methane (CH,) gas in water is 1.4 x 10 M/atm. 3 Calculate the mass in grams of CH, gas that can be dissolved in 625. mL of water at 25.0 °C and a CH, partial pressure of 2.98 atm. 4 Round your answer to 2 significant digits x10 X Explanation Check 2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reservee fullscreen
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Step 1

Given:

Henry’s law constant for methane(CH4)=1.4x10-3 M/atm

Volume of water=625 mL

Partial pressure of methane=2.98 atm

Temperature=25 degree Celsius

Conversion:

From mL to L:

Volume of water=625 mL

=625/1000

=0.625 L

Step 2

Henry’s law expression is given as

Step 3

By substituting all the values in the above equation, we...

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