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Gas solubility in water

  1. Jun 12, 2006 #1

    I'm trying to get the concentration (mg/L) of N2, O2 and Ar in air equilibrated water at 1000.9mbar, 20C and 65% humidity (clear water, salinity~0) using the following literature B and k (Bunsen coef and Henry's coef):

    B=15.57 cc.liter-1 atm-1.

    B=29.86 cc.liter-1 atm-1.

    B=34.03cc.liter-1 atm-1.

    I confuse the unities, once and again, and again, and again...

    Which would be the conc (mg/L) if I dissolve 10mL of air in excess (by hydrostatic pressure).

    thanks a lot,
  2. jcsd
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