MBOTZ Posted August 4, 2021 Share Posted August 4, 2021 I am trying to react a fixed mass of gas with a solution. For example, I'd like to add 1.00 gram of oxygen gas to the system, to determine how much of the 1.00 gram will dissolve into the solution. Only a small amount would dissolve into 1.00 kg of H20. But REACT is adding all of the oxygen into the solution, regardless of the actual solubility limit of O2(aq). How can I limit the amount of O2 gas that will dissolve into solution according to the solubility? I don't want to fix the fugacity, since there is only a limited supply of oxygen gas. This would be similar to reacting a mineral, where some portion dissolves (according to its solubility) and the remainder of the mineral stays in the solid phase. Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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