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Solution: An aqueous solution is saturated in both potassium chlorate and carbon dioxide gas at room temperature. What happens when the solution is warmed to 85˚C?a) Potassium chlorate precipitates out of solut

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An aqueous solution is saturated in both potassium chlorate and carbon dioxide gas at room temperature. What happens when the solution is warmed to 85˚C?
a) Potassium chlorate precipitates out of solution.
b) Carbon dioxide bubbles out of solution.
c) Potassium chlorate precipitates out of solution and carbon dioxide bubbles out of solution.
d) Nothing happens; all of the potassium chloride and the carbon dioxide remain dissolved in solution.