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Solution: Determine the Henry's law constant for ammonia in water at 25°C if an ammonia pressure of 0.022 atm produces a solution with concentration of 1.3 M. A) 59 M/atm B) 0.017 M/atm C) 0.029 M/atm D) 35

Problem

Determine the Henry's law constant for ammonia in water at 25°C if an ammonia pressure of 0.022 atm produces a solution with concentration of 1.3 M.

A) 59 M/atm

B) 0.017 M/atm

C) 0.029 M/atm

D) 35 M/atm

E) 0.038 M/atm