Solubility of oxygen, Biology

Solubility of Oxygen

It is also important to know that solubility of gases decreases with the presence of solutes or increased salinity. Table shows the solubility of oxygen at various temperatures in freshwater and seawater.

Table:  Effect of temperature on the amount of oxygen dissolved in fresh water and seawater in equilibrium with atmospheric air

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