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Quote from: Bored chemist on 29/01/2011 13:37:33It isn't.Could you kindly explain what do you think that ammonia is not the most soluble gas in the world? Thanks.
TS, why don't you start the ball rolling by explaining why you think ammonia is the most soluble gas? Are you calculating it in terms of amount (molar, or by mass) of ammonia soluble in a particular mass of water? Or in some other solvent? At what temperature? Show your working, so that people know what terms you're working on and can give you a sensible answer without everyone talking at cross purposes. As the person posing the question, and implicitly making an assertion which isn't obviously well founded (that ammonia is "the most soluble gas") you need to be clearer.