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Is $$\displaystyle { CO }_{ 2 }$$ is more solution in water than $$\displaystyle { O }_{ 2 }$$?


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Yes
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No
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C
Ambiguous
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D
Data insufficient
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Solution

The correct option is D Yes
$$CO_2$$ when dissolves in water it interacts with surrounding water  molecules to hydrate itself, i.e the electronegative oxygen atoms of $$CO_2$$ forms strong H-bond with H atoms of water molecules, This interaction is very strong to dissolve more and more $$CO_2$$ molecules. Thus, Carbon dioxide ($$CO_2$$) is more soluble in water than ($$ O_2$$).

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