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Using Henry's law, show that the dissolved gases in a liquid can be driven off by heating the liquid.

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The Henry's law is as follows:

yi,liquid side=Pi,gas sideH\begin{align*} y_{i,\:\text{liquid side}}=\dfrac{P_{i,\:\text{gas side}}}{H} \end{align*}

With the increase of temperature the Henry constant also increase meaning that the mole fraction of the gas decreases meaning that in this way it can be driven off.

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