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Use Dr.Vents results. Examine the graph . To increase the solubility , would you increase or decrease the temperature .

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    As if I know Dr. Vent. In general, for solids in liquids, solubility ncreases with increasing temperature. For gases in liquids, the opposite is true (generally).

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