For an ideal solution of liquids A and B, which of the facts is correct?

Where kHs stand for Henry's law constants and ps are the vapour pressures of pure components.

  1. A

    kH,A>pA and kH,B>pB

  2. B

    kH,A<pA and kH,B<pB

  3. C

    kH,A=pA and kH,B=pB

  4. D

    kH,A>pA and kH,B<pB

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    Solution:

    By Henry’s law constant, we know that the the value of solubility is proportional to the mole fraction of the gas,

    p=KHX

    For pure components, For an ideal solution of liquids A and B,

    kH,A=pA and kH,B=pB

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