This chemistry video tutorial explains the concept behind henry's law and how it relates to the partial pressure of a gas above a solution and the gas solubility of that solution. It contains plenty of examples, notes, formulas / equations, and practice problems for you to work with all calculations and units included. It also shows you how to calculate or determine the gas solubility if you're given the henry's law constant or proportionality factor. This video also helps you to determine which gas is more soluble, a polar gas or a nonpolar gas.
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