when I bubbled Alka selzer into limewater I believe all I saw was small bubbles form. is that correct and why? if not what should I have observed.

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  1. You should have seen "cloudy" water, indicating that Ca(CO3) had been formed in a reaction between CO2 and CaO

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  2. cloudy?? no bubbles??

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