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an open bottle of coke is brought from refrigeration to room temperature, more bubbles come out when at room temp because A.CO2 moves more slowly at room temp (no) B. CO2 is more soluble at high temperature (no its the opposite) C.CO2 reacts with air at room temp (no) D. The partial pressure of CO2 is lower at room temp E. CO2 is more soluble at a lower temperature I think its E because thats true but D seems to work too because wouldnt a lower partial pressure cause a lower solubility? Help me out please!

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    yes you are thinking correct:) the answer is e..

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