PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

COCA-COLA IS CARBONATED BY APPLICATION OF CO2 AT HIGH PRESSURE. CALCULATE THE APPLIED PRESSURE NEEDED TO DISSOLVE 0.144 GRAMS OF CO2 INTO A 591 ML BOTTLE OF COKE. (ASSUME COKE IS SIMPLY H2O, AND THAT SOLUTIONS OF CO2 IN H2O ARE IDEALLY DILUTE.)

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