# Question #74f6f

Ammonia $N {H}_{3}$ is very soluable in water, depending on temperature. One liter of water at ${0}^{0}$ can hold 1600 liters of $N {H}_{3}$-gas
Hydrogen ${H}_{2}$ is slightly soluable in water, in the order of a few grams per liter
Benzene ${C}_{6} {H}_{6}$ will not mix with water