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It is basically because gases are lighter than liquids. You could collect any gas using any liquid (assuming they don't react). Water is the most common liquid and so it's used.
The gas will push the water down because it is lighter, thus you can contain the gas without any leak and as tylervitale said, it has stochiometric applications too.
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