When a soda water bottle is opened, a gas is released. Does a chemical reaction occur?

No.

The gas that is released is most commonly Carbon Dioxide (CO2). The CO2 is already dissolved inside the soda bottle. When you open the cap, the pressure inside is released and the CO2 escapes.
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The bubbling of recently opened pressurized containers of soda water is not considered a chemical reaction; it is simply the change of some carbon dioxide from solution in water to a gaseous phase.

answer of does the chemicla reaction occur
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It is a chemical change because bubling is a new substance . besides it is irreveseble

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YES CHEMICAL REACTION TAKE PLACE BUT IT IS A BASE.
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when a soda water bottle is opened the carbon dioxide comes out from the bottle which is tightly packed. It does not show a chemical change as the carbon dioxide can return back into the bottle and also there is no new substance formed. Therefore in this a chemical change does not occur. 
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No chemical reaction takes place as the gas inside is ordinary carbon dioxide which doesn't react with the gas present around us.
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No, because the gas that is released is most commonly CO2. The CO2​ is already dissolved inside the soda bottle . When you open the cap, the pressure inside is released and CO2​ escapes.
 
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This is not a chemical reaction
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Yes. It is a chemical reaction because when we open the cap the carbon dioxide releases from liquid (soda) that causes bubbles. As, when the evolution of gas and bubbling occurs it is a charecteristics of chemical reactions
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I guess yes cause there is a chamical reaction to creat fizz
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carbon dioxide is released and it is not a chemical change because carbon dioxide is already stored in it.
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No. A chemical reaction doesn't occur.

The gas that is released is most commonly Carbon Dioxide (CO2). The CO2 is already dissolved inside the soda bottle. When you open the cap, the pressure inside is released and the CO2 escapes.
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