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explain the following observations;

A. an open can of soda loses its fizz quicker at room temperature than in the frig.
B. chlorine gas in tap water escapes as the water warms to room temperature.
C. less sugar dissolves in iced coffee than in hot coffee.

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A and B. Gases are less soluble in warm water than in cold water.
C. Sugar is more soluble in warm water than cold water.

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