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How is Carbon Dioxide a substance?

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Carbon dioxide is a pure substance that is a compound.
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Supercritical carbon dioxide is a fluid state of carbon dioxide where it is held at or above its critical temperature and critical pressure. and sorry dont know about glass bitumen.
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The same way it's formed when you breathe air and exhale CO2. The aerobic bacteria digest nutrients in the sewage 'burning' carbohydrates to produce CO2 and water.
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