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Solution: The partial pressure of CO2 gas above the liquid in a bottle of champagne at 20°C is 5.5 atm. What is the solubility of CO2 in champagne? Assume Henry’s law constant is the same for champagne as for water: at 20°C, kH = 3.7×10–2 mol/L·atm.

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The partial pressure of CO2 gas above the liquid in a bottle of champagne at 20°C is 5.5 atm. What is the solubility of CO2 in champagne? Assume Henry’s law constant is the same for champagne as for water: at 20°C, kH = 3.7×10–2 mol/L·atm.