Chemistry

To increase the solubility of a gas at constant temperature from 1.20 g/L at 1.4atm to 2.3 g/L the pressure would have to be increased to ______
A. 0.37 atm
B. 0.7 atm
C. 1.37 atm
D. 2.7 atm

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asked by Kathie
  1. B?

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    posted by Ana
  2. Hmmmm , well I have to know because its a take home quiz but thanks!

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    posted by Kathie
  3. Use pressure = kc
    Calculate k from the first set of data given and use the same k with different c to calculate new pressure. (I might point out that answer B is not an increase in pressure but a decrease. The problem asks what INCREASE...).

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  4. Oops. I spelled my name wrong. Anyways, the Buddha knows all. It is D.

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