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Solution: A solution is saturated in both nitrogen gas and potassium bromide at 75 oC. When the solution is cooled to room temperature, what is most likely to happen?

Problem

A solution is saturated in both nitrogen gas and potassium bromide at 75 oC. When the solution is cooled to room temperature, what is most likely to happen?

Solution

We are asked to determine what will happen to a solution when it is cooled at room temperature. The solution was found to be saturated in both nitrogen gas and potassium bromide at 75°C

For solids, solubility increases with increasing temperature

For gases, on the other hand, solubility decreases with increasing temperature

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