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The thermodynamic quantity expressing the magnitude of this probabilistic effect is AS^ . )and an energetic term exp(-AU* / RT). The only energetics term directly influencing the solubility is the solute-solvent energy AU* . ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2004. 46 change of the solvent affects the solubility only indirectly via the entropic term related to the probability of finding a cavity large enough to accommodate the solute molecule. This conclusion is important for developing microscopic theories on gas solubility.

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