Asked Jan 7, 2020

What is the molar concentration of oxygen in water at 25C for a partial pressure of 1.0 atm (KH = 1.3 x 10-3 mol/Latm)


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The Henry’s Law states that the mass of a gas dissolved by a solvent is directly related to the pressure of the gas upon the solvent. The expression of Henry’s Law is shown below.

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Step 2

Given data:

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The molar concentration of oxygen in water is ...

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