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Solution: To effectively stop polymerization, certain inhibitors require the presence of a small amount of O2. At equilibrium with 1 atm of air, the concentration of O2 dissolved in the monomer acrylic acid (CH

Problem

To effectively stop polymerization, certain inhibitors require the presence of a small amount of O2. At equilibrium with 1 atm of air, the concentration of O2 dissolved in the monomer acrylic acid (CH2=CHCOOH) is 1.64×10−3 M.

(d) What is the concentration in ppm? (Pure acrylic acid is 14.6 M; POin air is 0.2095 atm.)