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Solution: Solubilities of four gases in water as a function of temperature. The solubilities are in millimoles per liter of solution, for a constant total pressure of 1 atm in the gas phase.Where would you e

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The x-axis is temperature in degrees C, ranging from 0 to 50 with intervals of 10. The y-axis is solubility (millimoles), ranging from 0 to 2.0 with intervals of 1.0.  Methane is 2.25 mmol at 4 C, 1.80 at 10 C, 1.50 at 20 C, 1.25 at 30 C, and 1.10 at 40 C. Diatomic oxygen is 1.90 mmol at 4 C, 1.70 at 10 C, 1.30 at 20 C, 1.20 at 30 C, and 1.00 at 40 C. Carbon monoxide is 1.40 mmol at 4 C, 1.25 at 10 C, 1.10 at 20 C, 0.85 at 30 C, and 0.76 at 40 C. Helium is 0.50 mmol at 4 C, 0.45 at 10 C, 0.45 at 20 C, 0.35 at 30 C, and 0.35 at 40 C.
Solubilities of four gases in water as a function of temperature. The solubilities are in millimoles per liter of solution, for a constant total pressure of 1 atm in the gas phase.

Where would you expect N2 to fit on this graph?