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Which of the following changes will decrease the total amount of gaseous solute able to be dissolved in a liter of liquid water?
A) increasing temperature
B) increasing pressure
C) decreasing surface area
D) decreasing temperature

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  1. a is the correct choice.

    consider c for one second: why are cokes bottles filled to the neck?

  2. decreasing temp.

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  3. It is NOT D) decreasing temperature. I just did my test and it was wrong.
    The choices I got for this question were:
    •decreasing temperature (which was wrong)
    •decreasing pressure
    •decreasing surface area
    •decreasing solute concentration

    By comparing the asker's choices and mine it leaves the choice decreasing surface area. Feel free to choose it.

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