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At what partial pressure oxygen will have a solubility of 0.06 gram per litre in water at 293 Kelvin Henry's law constant of oxygen in water at 303 kelvin is 46.82 k bar  assume the density of the solution to the same as that of water
Asked by pandeyn1604 | 29 May, 2019, 09:16: AM
Given:

Solubility of O20.06 gram/litre

KH = 46.82 kbar

= 46.82 × 103 bar

Mass of 1 L of water = 1000 gm

Mass of solvent = 1000 - 0.06

≈ 1000 gm

No. of moles of water

No. of moles of O2

Mole fraction of O2

We have,

PO2 = KH × ΧO2

= 46.82 × 103 × 6.75 × 10−5

= 3.160 bar

The partial pressure of O2 is 3.16 bar.

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