Which among the following gas will greatly deviate from Henry’s law in water

Which Among The Following Gas Will Greatly Deviate From Henrys Chemistry Question

Which among the following gas will greatly deviate from Henry’s law in water

Options

(a) H₂
(b) N₂
(c) CH₄
(d) CO₂

Correct Answer:

CO₂

Explanation:

Gases obey Henry’s law provided
(i) the gas is not highly soluble and does not enter into chemical combination with the solvent.
(ii) the gas does not dissociate.
CO₂ does not obey Henry’s law in water as it combines with H₂O to form carbonic acid. CO₂ is more soluble than hydrogen and oxygen in water.

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Topics: States of Matter Gases and Liquids (80)
Subject: Chemistry (2512)

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