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Which is more soluble in water, Cl2 or I2?

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  1. I looked them up on Google. Cl2 is more soluble. At 20 C Cl2 is about 7 g/kg water. For I2 about 1 g/3.5 kg water.

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  2. Thank you @DrBob222

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