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The volume of blood in the body of a certain deep-sea diver is 6.00L. Blood cells make up 55% of the blood volume, and the remaining 45% is the aqueous solution called plasma. What is the maximum volume of nitrogen measured at 1.00 atm and 37 degree Celsius that could dissolve in the diver's blood plasma at a depth of 93m, where the pressure is about 10.0 atm? Assume that Henry's constant for nitrogen at 37 degrees Celsius (body temperature) is 5.9X10-4 mol.L-1.atm-1.

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    C= kP
    6L * 0.45 = volume plasma
    C = 5.9E-4(10) = ?M
    ?M x volume plasma = moles = n
    Then use PV = nRT and solve for volume N2.

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