Posted by **susan** on Thursday, July 19, 2007 at 8:20pm.

if one cup has a larger volume of water in it than a second cup, which would you expect to have a larger amount of dissolved oxygen (or would it be equal for both)?

I would expect more water to dissolve more oxygen. More water dissolves more salt, more water dissolves more sugar. Logically, then, more water should dissolve more oxygen IF the temperature of both cups of water is the same.

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