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Calculate the solubility of oxygen in water at a partical pressure of 02 of 460 torrat 25 degree celsius

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    Do you have a graph that gives solubility at any other condition or do you have the Henry's law constant?

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    henrys lawconstant for oxygen in water is 1.28 X 10^-3 mol/(atm.L)

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    You know Henry's Law is written a bunch of ways. Since you gave k in mol/atm-L I think that means you are using
    c = pk
    c in mols/L = (640/760)*1.23E-3 = ?

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