Problem:  The solubility of ammonia gas, NH 3, at 25 oC is 5.8 x 101 M/ atm. If the partial pressure of ammonia gas in air is 0.87 atm, what is the concentration (molarity) of the dissolved ammonia?  a. 4.05 x 101 M b. 7.68 x 101 M c. 6.98 x 101 M d. 5.05 x 101 M e. 1.41 x 101 M 

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 The solubility of ammonia gas, NH 3, at 25 oC is 5.8 x 101 M/ atm. If the partial pressure of ammonia gas in air is 0.87 atm, what is the concentration (molarity) of the dissolved ammonia? 

a. 4.05 x 101 M

b. 7.68 x 101 M

c. 6.98 x 101 M

d. 5.05 x 101 M

e. 1.41 x 101

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