The solubility of gases in a liquid are ,in part, a function of the head space pressure of the container in which it is held. So if you look at a closed bottle of soda, the type doesn't matter, you see very few bubbles. When you open the top, the pressure above the liquid drops tremendously and the gas dissolved in the liquid are not longer soluble are leased and form bubbles.
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