Okay. So we've got our gas and it's going to dissolve and we know that it has a pressure of four ATM. And we know that the processes eggs a thermic. Okay, So let's look at how temperature and the pressure above a solution affects sally ability for an exotic thermic reaction. When we increase the temperature, the reaction is going to shift left. Okay. So we're going to decrease our scalability. And according to Henry's law, when we decrease the pressure, we decrease the scalability and vice versa. So let's look at our different conditions here were at four atmospheres and 25 degrees Celsius. And we're gonna compare everything else to that. Okay, So for part a we've increased the pressure. So that is going to increase our cell ability. That's Henry's Law. Those two things are directly proportional. Yes. And we've decreased our temperature and we know that since its eggs a thermic, this is going to increase our cell ability by shifting the reaction to the right, Okay, so our sally ability is going to increase. Okay, so we know several things about our substance. We know it's a gas. Okay. We know we're at 25 degrees Celsius. You know that we've got the pressure of that gas as four atmospheres and that those conditions, it's more clarity at this 0.2 Moeller. Okay, so let's talk about how temperature and pressure affects eligibility. Since this is eggs a thermic. If I increase the temperature, my reaction is going to shift to the left and it's going to decrease my cell ability. And according to Henry's law, when we increase our pressure, we're going to increase our sally ability. Yeah, there was a directly proportional. So then let's look at the different conditions we have here. We're changing to five degrees Celsius and just six ATM. Okay. So we're decreasing the temperature. So that is going to increase our scalability. It's going to cause the forward reaction to take place and we're increasing our pressure. Since those are directly proportional, that's going to increase our scalability. So both of those factors increase our cell ability. So we're going to expect it to be greater than what it originally was, which was point oh two oh moller. And our second set of conditions, we're increasing the temperature and we're decreasing the pressure. So an increasing temperature, it's going to decrease our sally ability and increasing the pressure is also going to decrease our cell ability. So we're expecting this to be less than our point oh two oh moller. And then our next set of conditions were decreasing the temperature and the pressure is the same. Okay, so when we decrease our temperature, we increase our selling ability. So we're in fact expecting this to be greater than our point oh two oh moller. Mhm. And then finally the temperature stays the same and we're decreasing our pressure and decreasing our pressure, decreases our cell viability. So we're expecting this to be less than the original 0.0 to 00 moller.