The amount of dissolved gas in a liquid solution depends on the pressure of the gas. Under a high pressure, greater amounts of gas can be dissolved. Pressure is used to increase the solubility of carbon dioxide gas in


The soda bubbles you see when you open a can are made of carbon dioxide gas that was dissolved in the soda under pressure. Pressure is not used to dissolve carbon dioxide in any of the substances described in the other choices.

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