. The value of Henrys constant KH is
A: greater for gasses with higher solubility.
B: greater for gasses with lower solubility.
C: constant for all gasses.
D: not related to the solubility of gases.
Henry’s law can be given as follows:
Where P = Partial Pressure of gas
KH = Henry’s constant
X = Solubility of gas in liquid
This equation, suggests that Henry’s KH constant is inversely proportional to solubility of gas in liquid which suggests that values of Henry’s KH constant is greater for gasses with lower solubility and lower for gasses having higher solubility.
Thus we can say that option B is the correct answer. The value of Henry's constant KH is greater for gasses with lower solubility.