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yolacasseus

  • 2 years ago

Please Its due today... Helium concentration in a water sample collected at 30 degrees C was measured at 9.25 X 10^-4 mols/L. You found the Henry's law constant for Helium in water at 30 degrees C is 3.70 X 10^-4 M/atm. What is the partial pressure of He?

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  1. benjaminf
    • 2 years ago
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    \[p [atm] = c (M) \div k (M/atm) \] You just need to divide the concentration by the constant, final units should be a pressure (atm).

  2. yolacasseus
    • 2 years ago
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    Okay thanks

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