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Which of the following is true about a carbonated soft drink? (Points : 5) The carbon dioxide is the solvent, and water is the solute. The water is the solution, and carbon dioxide is the solvent. The carbon dioxide is the solution, and the water is the solvent. The water is the solvent, and the carbon dioxide is the solute.

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can you explain??? please
Well...think about it...you put a tablet into water to make it carbonated. the water then dissolved the tablet. So the water is the solvent, and the carbon dioxide is the solution.

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ohh yea i get it thank you ...
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Yes, water is the solvent. However, it's good to keep in mind that water is not \(always\) the solvent, even though it generally is. There are cases where water is the solute. I don't think there is a universal solvent.
Doubtful....I don't see how that would be feasible.
Its D..water is solvent and CO2 is solute. It has been dissolved into the water by increasing the pressure
Solution = Solvent + Solute @HourglassMage

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