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CBSE - IX - Chemistry - Atoms and Molecules

Why does the solubility of solids increase with temperature & decrease in case of gases?

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To increase the temperature the solids gets ionised and can be capable of formation of H-bond with water,while in case of gases the kinetic energy of gaseous molecule is increase and they escape.

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