How Does Pressure Affect Solubility?

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Solubility is affected by pressure most especially with liquids and solids. The pressure dependence of solubility does occasionally have practical significance in terms that when the pressure decreases, so does solubility.
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Pressure has a negative affect on solubility. The higher the air pressure, the lower the solubility. This is because pressure causes the molecules of the liquid to be forced closer together which decreases the solubility of gases in the liquid.
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