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What temperature is chosen as standard when comparing the solubility of different substances?

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At STP(Standard Temperature and pressure), the temperature is zero degrees Celsius(273 Kelvin) and the pressure is 1 atmosphere. At RTP(Room temperature and pressure), the temperature is 25 degrees Celsius(298 Kelvin) and the pressure is 1 atmosphere.
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Are different substances equally soluble in water?

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