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Estimate the aqueous solubility, in milligrams per liter, of AgBr(s) at 160degrees celsius.

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    At 160C? In water? It must be a tremendous pressure to keep the water from boiling at that temp, about 80 atmospheres pressure.

    Now, solubility at that temp? I am not certain how to calculate solubility at that pressure and temp.

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