The submitter needs to provide the input values used in its fugacity calculations.
Furthermore, fugacity modeling predicts minimal distribution to the air phase.
British Dictionary definitions for fugacity
(thermodynamics) Also called escaping tendency. a property of a gas, related to its partial pressure, that expresses its tendency to escape or expand, given by d(logef) = dμ/RT, where μ is the chemical potential, R the gas constant, and T the thermodynamic temperature f
the state or quality of being fugacious
passing quickly away; transitory; fleeting
(botany) lasting for only a short time: fugacious petals
fugaciously, adverb fugaciousness, noun
C17: from Latin fugax inclined to flee, swift, from fugere to flee; see fugitive
"fleeing, likely to flee," 1630s, from Latin fugaci-, stem of fugax "apt to flee, timid," figuratively "transitory, fleeting," from fugere "to flee" (see fugitive) + -ous. Related: Fugaciously; fugaciousness.