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Solution: An aqueous solution is in equilibrium with a gaseous mixture containing an equal number of moles of oxygen, nitrogen, and helium. Rank the relative concentrations of each gas in the aqueous solution from highest to lowest. a) [O2] > [N2] > [He] b) [He] > [N2] > [O2] c) [N2] > [He] > [O2] d) [N2] > [O2] > [He]

Solution: An aqueous solution is in equilibrium with a gaseous mixture containing an equal number of moles of oxygen, nitrogen, and helium. Rank the relative concentrations of each gas in the aqueous solution f

Problem

An aqueous solution is in equilibrium with a gaseous mixture containing an equal number of moles of oxygen, nitrogen, and helium. Rank the relative concentrations of each gas in the aqueous solution from highest to lowest.
a) [O2] > [N2] > [He]
b) [He] > [N2] > [O2]
c) [N2] > [He] > [O2]
d) [N2] > [O2] > [He]