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how should one word verification of carbon dioxide production?

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    combustion?

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    pardon?

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    combustion produces CO2.. maybe i didn't really understand your question, could you elaborate?

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    verification of carbon dioxide

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    production

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    So how can one verify a carbon production?

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    If you pour lime water into the test tube and it bubbles, carbon dioxide is present.

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    ahhh, yes I just did a lab on that, and that's exactly what happened. Thank you

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    Another question, how would I word this more scientific?

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    Upon the presence of CO2 (g) in a test tube, the addition of Ca(OH)2(aq), the solution will become effervescent

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    sorry i missed some stuff, you can fix it though haha

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    haha, thanks, still helps :)

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