anonymous
  • anonymous
Henry 's Law: the amount of gas that will dissolve and diffuse into a liquid is proportional to the PP and solubility of the gas What does the "solubility of the gas" mean?? N2, O2 and CO2 have different solubility?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
in a nutshell: yes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
the solubility is also dependent to the absolute pressure of the liquid. oxygen will diffuse worse in greater depths.
anonymous
  • anonymous
This is talking about the gas exchange in the body

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anonymous
  • anonymous
so when you are up in the mountain, where oxygen level is very thin, does it mean the solubility of oxygen is less?

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