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First, O2 is dioxygen, not "dioxide".You are using the concentration in mg/L, and working out the volume that dissolves in 1L. You are asked for the volume that can dissolve in 10L.
Such a small amount of oxygen dissolved in water practically does not increase its volume. You have calculated the volume of oxygen dissolved in 1 L of water in the longest possible way. How much oxygen will there be in 10 liters of water?
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