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1) Which of the following combinations would most increase the solubility of a gas in a liquid?

is it increase the pressure and increase the temperature

2) The concepts of molarity and molality are like in that both: Express the amount of solute in moles

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    1. Gases are more soluble in liquids at higher pressures and lower tempertures.

    2. Yes. molarity is mols/L of solution. molality is mols/kg solvent

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