# Problem: Calculate the number of grams of nitrogen gas that will dissolve in 125 L of water if the partial pressure of the nitrogen gas is 0.79 atm. Henry’s law constant for nitrogen gas is 0.00060 M/atm.A. 0.83 gB. 1.7 gC. 0.00047 gD. 0.059 g

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Calculate the number of grams of nitrogen gas that will dissolve in 125 L of water if the partial pressure of the nitrogen gas is 0.79 atm. Henry’s law constant for nitrogen gas is 0.00060 M/atm.

A. 0.83 g

B. 1.7 g

C. 0.00047 g

D. 0.059 g

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