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Homework Help: Environmental Chemistry

Posted by Helen on Friday, April 27, 2012 at 10:45am.

The Henry’s Law Constant for dimethyl sulfide is 0.14 mol/L-atm. Its
atmospheric concentration is 0.001 ppb (i.e., 0.001µg/L). Calculate the dissolved concentration of dimethyl sulfide in water.

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