Probably yes, because when you put bone in
vinegar, the calcium carbonate dissolves, and
the bigger the bone the longer it takes for the
vinegar acetic acid to soak in. However the
time for soaking is still pretty short; you may
have to compare small bones and really big ones
to see a difference. You can do an experiment to
find this out.
Yes - the smaller something is, the more
surface there is compared to how much space it
takes up, and that means that chemicals act on
it more quickly. This is true for anything, not
just bones in vinegar.
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