1. Consider an aqueous solution that is saturated with nitrogen gas and sugar (glucose) at 80 °C. You may recall from lecture that as for most non-ionic solutes, Ks for glucose increases with increasing temperature. For N2, as for most gases, KH decreases with increasing temperature. Predict what happens when:
A. More sugar is added to the solution at 80 °C.
B. The solution at 80 °C is heated to 95 °C.
C. The solution is cooled to room temperature.