What is the solubility of #NH_3# at 10°C?

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Jul 11, 2018

Answer:

Well, usually high ....

Explanation:

The concentrated ammonia that you use from a Winchester as an aqueous solution is approx. #15*mol*L^-1# with respect to ammonia. This is the stuff that really pen and inks when you use it as a reagent, and is approx. #30%# #"w/w"# with respect to ammonia. The density of this solution is approx. #0.88*g*mL^-1#. Ammonia is a very water-like solvent capable of hydrogen bonding, that has considerable water solubility on this account.

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You can search the link for actual values but at #10# #""^@C# the solubility of the gas should be greater than that quoted....