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Solution:
Examine the Henry’s law constants in the table.
Henry's Law Constants for Several Gases in Water at 25 oC
Gas kH (M/atm
O21.3 10-3
N26.1 10-4
CO23.4 10-2
NH35.8 101
He3.7 10-4
Why is the constant for ammonia larger than the others?

Solution: Examine the Henry’s law constants in the table.Henry's Law Constants for Several Gases in Water at 25 oCGas kH (M/atm) O21.3 10-3N26.1 10-4CO23.4 10-2NH35.8 101He3.7 10-4Why is the constant for ammoni

Problem
Examine the Henry’s law constants in the table.
Henry's Law Constants for Several Gases in Water at 25 oC
Gas kH (M/atm
O21.3 10-3
N26.1 10-4
CO23.4 10-2
NH35.8 101
He3.7 10-4


Why is the constant for ammonia larger than the others?