# Monte Carlo Simulation of Solubility of CO₂ in Water

Subject Physics Thermodynamics

## Question

Write a code for Monte Carlo simulation to predict CO2 solubility in water as well as interfacial
properties at constant pressure, volume and temperature (You may also assume constant number of particles if you tend to use different ensembles than Grand Canonical Ensemble)

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