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Henry's Law constant

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Henry's law constant
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study technically not feasible
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The Henry’s law constant (HLC) and the distribution in the environment are not calculated because of the inorganic nature of carbon black and due to the fact that as a solid material, it possess a low vapor pressure at ambient temperature nor will they become volatile from aqueous suspensions. In the atmosphere, carbon black will exist solely in the particulate phase and may be removed from the air by wet and dry deposition.

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The Henry's Law constant is the distribution between the concentrations in air and in water. The vapour pressure of Carbon black is negligible (melting point > 3000°C), the substance is insoluble in water

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