How the concentration of carbondioxide is calculated in a solution?



Answer:
Use Henry's Law:

p = kc
Where k is the Henry's Law constant and C would be the concentration (units dependent on the constant) and p is the partial pressure of the gas that is in equilibrium with the liquid
Molarity (M) = mol / Liter of sol'n

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