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Henry's law is valid for which of following gases:-
 
a) Co2
b) NH3
c) N2
d) O2
e) Hcl
f) So3
 
Explain why certain gases does not obey Henry's law. Give some other exceptional compounds.( in water )

Asked by sureshkalanjoor 26th May 2017, 7:13 PM
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We have not understood the query that you have posted.
 
Henry's law states that, at constant temperature, the concentration of a gas in solution is proportional to the partial pressure of the gas above the solution. Ammonia reacts with water instead of dissolving while oxygen dissolves in water. Henry's law delas with mixing not reaction. Oxygen obeys law in water, but not in blood. So it is important to know solvent also.
 
In your question you haven't mentioned the solvent.
 
We would request you to clarify / provide additional details so that we may answer this to the best of the ability.
 
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Answered by Expert 28th May 2017, 11:52 AM
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