Bubbles in Open Systems

When we had a bubble in a closed syringe system and pushed down on the plunger, the bubble got smaller so that the air particle density inside the bubble stayed the same as the air particle density around the bubble. What if we did the same thing in an open syringe system?

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Let’s see if we can apply the patterns that we’ve observed to make predictions in some other scenarios.