How to use Henry's law when trying to find solubility

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The value of Henry's law constant kh for oxygen in water at 24 ° C is 1.66x10 M/torr. 

Calculate the solubility of oxygen in water at 25 °C when the total external pressure is 1 atm and the mole fraction of oxygen in the air is .20

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