Problem: Henry's Law constants (K) are the equilibrium constants for the reaction of a gas dissolving in a liquid; X(g)→X(aq). Which of the following should have the largest Henry's Law constant for dissolving in water?a. CO2b. Hec. Ard. N2e. NH3

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Henry's Law constants (K) are the equilibrium constants for the reaction of a gas dissolving in a liquid; X(g)→X(aq). Which of the following should have the largest Henry's Law constant for dissolving in water?

a. CO2

b. He

c. Ar

d. N2

e. NH3

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