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    Discover if carbon dioxide affects temperature, to learn about global warming, the greenhouse effect, and summer safety precautions at In NOAA's It's a Gas, Man activity, compare the temperatures of two bottles filled with water, one with seltzer tablets and one without, when both are equally exposed to a lamp's heat for an hour.

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    Bubbles of carbon dioxide float to the surface of a carbonated soft drink.

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    Carbonated water is water into which carbon dioxide gas under pressure has been dissolved, according to Henry's Law. Water is chilled to just above freezing, to permit the maximum amount of carbon dioxide to dissolve (higher gas pressure and lower temperature cause more gas to dissolve in the liquid). When the temperature is raised or pressure reduced (as when a container of carbonated water is opened,) carbon dioxide comes out of solution, in the form of bubbles; Wikipedia

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