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Solution: Nitrogen gas, N2 (g), has a certain solubility when dissolved in octane (l). In which of the following cases would the solubility of N2 (g) decrease? I) lowering the temperature of the solvent II) increasing the amount of solvent III) reducing the pressure of N 2 (g) 1. I and II 2. II only 3. II and III 4. I and III 5. III only 6. I only 7. I, II and III

Problem

Nitrogen gas, N(g), has a certain solubility when dissolved in octane (l). In which of the following cases would the solubility of N(g) decrease?

I) lowering the temperature of the solvent

II) increasing the amount of solvent

III) reducing the pressure of N (g)

1. I and II

2. II only

3. II and III

4. I and III

5. III only

6. I only

7. I, II and III