What is the freezing temperature of soda pop?
Diet sodas freeze at the same temperature as water--32 degrees. Classic sodas freeze at about 30 degrees.
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Answer . Solids are slow, liquids they flow... liquids they freeze when their molecules go slow. All molecules, including water molecules (even those in a glassful of still water) are constantly moving. Heat makes them move faster, cooling slows them down. When water gets cool enough, mo…lecular movement is slowed enough that the molecules stick to each other and they line up in a nice crystal pattern and the water becomes solid at 32 Fahrenheit. Soda will freeze in this same way; however, at a lower temperature due to the addition of salts and sugars. Sugars and salts lower the freezing point of liquids. This means that the temperature must get lower than the normal freezing point of water before sodas will freeze. Colas freeze at a slightly lower temperature, about 30 degrees. The pressure in an unopened bottle or can causes the freezing point to be even lower. All diet beverages typically freeze prior to their sugar-laden counterparts. Diet products freeze at a temperature similar to water, 32 degrees. (MORE)
Actually, carbon dioxide is shot into the soda and that what makes it so fizzy. can you explain why that happens?-flub flub
Soda has carbon dioxide gas dissolved in it. In the closed bottle,the soda is under pressure, and so the gas cannot escape. When youopen the bottle, you release the pressure and the gas begins toescape -- you can see the bubbles rising. That is what makes thepop-fizz sound. If you leave the bottle o…pen for a while, all thegas will escape and the soda goes flat. If you seal it back up,then the pressure builds back up inside, and keeps the gasdissolved in the soda, so it stays fizzy. (MORE)
It will be very similar to water (although just a bit less), so just under 32 Â°F or 0 Â°C. Listen, if you don't know the answer to a question, don't guess. Soda is not similar to water, unless it is diet soda. Soda contains lots of sugar which, when dissolved in water, substantially lower the… freezing point of soda. It is under pressure, especially when canned, which also makes it freeze at a lower temperature. And it contains acids which also will slightly lower the freezing point of soda. And, finally, it contains salt which further lowers the freezing level. While diet soda -- which is sugar free -- will freeze just under 32 degrees, regular soda will require a much lower temperature to freeze, usually well below 20 degrees and perhaps under 15 degrees, depending on other factors such as speed of onset of temperature reduction, etc. (MORE)
When You Eat Pop Rocks And Drink Soda Will It Make Your Stomach Explode.? Well His Question Comes From A Old Wives Tale. When You Eat Pop Rocks And Drink Soda It Does Not Make Your Stomach Explode It Actually Makes You Stomach Have Sharp Intense Pains.
Each material has a different melting point (this term is preferred to freezing). See an encyclopedia for values.
The first soda to be consumed in space was Coca-Cola on July 12,1985. Astronauts aboard the space shuttle Challenger drank from theCoca-Cola space can.
The average 8oz aluminum pop can weighs 14 grams. 8 fluid oz of soda averages 1/2 pound. There are 453.5924 grams in a pound. So 1/2 pounds equals 226.7962 grams. So the soda alone weighs about 226.7962 grams Add the cans weight of 14 grams to the average weight of the soda 226.7962 grams. Which me…ans the average can of pop weigh 240.7962 grams or .5552 pounds. I seen this data and decided to check the facts. The measured of the average of 5 empty cans is 15.6 grams. The average weight of soda in a can is 353.09 grams. The can says there is 355 gram of soda. Ten of the samples were 2-3 grams below the 355 gram baseline. The other two samples were 2 grams heavier. (MORE)
There are several theories and reasons: 1) The sugar in the soda pop does not provide nutrition, and are so-called "empty calories". This means that although the sugar provides necessary energy, it does not provide any other essential nutrition, such as protein, fats, vitamins, minerals, etc. …2) The sugar in the soda pop is digested rapidly because its in solution thus causing a "sugar high" and "crash" later due to the body's natural response to maintain blood sugar levels. 3) The phosphoric acid in many brands of soda pop is thought to leak calcium from the bones of the body if taken in large amounts. Studies showed that young people that drank VERY large amounts had lower bone densities. 4) The sugar and acid in the soda pop can be bad for the teeth causing cavities. 5) The colorings in soda can stain the teeth. (Especially cola) 6) The artificial sweeteners used in soda pop are thought by some to be dangerous, however, the FDA has cleared all of them and says that they are safe. Some individuals can be sensitive to aspartame and have to avoid it. 7) The dissolved carbon dioxide in the soda pop is thought by some to inhibit digestion. 8) Some studies have found that drinking regular soda or even diet soda made people hungrier, and thus even the empty calories did not "fill them up" causing them to overeat. If true, its by a not fully understood process. Its possible its due to the empty calories, the sweetness of the drink increasing appetite, or the nature of the food as a liquid which does not register with the body in the same way as solid food. 9) Its expensive! Water is nearly free in comparison to the cost. 10) The containers (although frequently recycled) are wasteful (creates trash & energy to create the product) in comparison to drinking water from a reusable container. 11) Water is green because its piped in a low-energy intensive way, where as soda pop needs to be shipped by truck, which is expensive, and polluting. 12) Many brands of soda pop have added caffeine that does not naturally occur in its flavoring agents. Although caffeine may have strong positive effects, it can be mildly addictive, cause nervousness, and in sensitive individuals other health problems. 13) The unnatural sweetness of soda pop may cause people to crave other sweet things, or not be satisfied with a food of normal sweetness, causing them to choose foods with more and more added sweeteners. There is also some evidence that foods with added sugar can be addictive with some people. (MORE)
Soda is considered a type of homogeneous mixture. It is a mixturethat is uniform in composition and contains the same amount ofcomponents no matter the serving size.
Soda pop will boil at a little over 212 degrees Fahrenheit. Sodapop will freeze at a temperature colder than 32 degrees.
they are both the same thing!!!! it was origanily called soda pop but then ppl started to separate the names it isn't that complicated
First of all it does happen with all candy and all side it only works with mentos and coke not others and its because the carbon builds up and it can't get out because of the lid so once you open it spews
It is easy for everyone to know. Water freezes at 0 degrees Celsius. (if that's how you spell it). The temperature is very cold, so it freezes the water.
\n. \nDouble trouble for teeth. It's not just sugar that's bad for teeth , but the acids included in many popular drinks are said to "eat" away enamel and make teeth more prone to . The police use coke to get blood from car accidents off the road so you know it cant be good for you. The pH of …regular and diet pops ranges from 2.47-3.35. The PH in our mouth is normally about 6.2 to 7.0 slightly more acidic than water. At a PH of 5.2 to 5.5 or below the acid begins to dissolve the hard enamel of our teeth. Phosphoric and citric acids contribute to the acidity of pop.Below is a look at how some soda pops compare to water as well as to battery acid.\n. \n Product Acid Low=BAD Sugar per 12 oz Pure Water 7.00 (neutral) 0.0 Barq's 4.61 10.7 tsp. Diet Coke 3.39 0.0 Mountain Dew 3.22 11.0 tsp. Gatorade 2.95 3.3 tsp Coke Classic 2.63 9.3 tsp. Pepsi 2.49 9.8 tsp. Sprite 3.42 9.0 Diet 7-Up 3.67 0.0 Diet Dr. Pepper 3.41 0.0 Surge 3.02 10.0 Gatorade 2.95 3.3 Hawaiian Fruit Punch 2.82 10.2 Orange Minute Maid 2.80 11.2 Dr. Pepper 2.92 9.5 BATTERY ACID 1.00 0.0 Source: Minnesota Dental Association * The threshold pH for enamel dissolution is 5.5. (MORE)
It tastes slightly off but is still drinkable. It's a little flat but still got plenty of fizz.
The short or easy answer is to maintain the effervescence ( Bounce, light carbonation) and as a by-product retain the flavor. There was once a soft drink called Cherry Bounce, they fizz up from the carbonation, but this assures a lively taste- as opposed to sodas going flat when left out uncapped in… a fridge. Old Mountain Dew Hand here! (MORE)
It depends on where you are from. The term pop is used in the Midwest and came from a type of bottle invented in Detroit that was sealed by a rubber ball. To open, the ball was pushed down and a made a popping sound. It seems like the term 'pop' is more commonly used in Canada, while the term 'so…da' or 'soda pop' is used more commonly in the United States. (MORE)
It tastes good, although it is bad for you, and may appear to be addicting
Soda is carbonated by running a hose from carbon dioxide under high pressure into purified water that is regular pressure. At a bottling company this is done just before closing the container. In a restaurant this is put in your cup just before you drink it.
You cannot remove it once it is added, soda companies just do not add it to diet soda. They substitute the sugar for artificial sweeteners.
Mountain Dew. (as long as you don't count Monster, Red Bull, things like that.) . acutally coke has been proven to have the most caffeine.
In soda pop, the solvent would be the water. In a solution, thesubstance that is being dissolved in the solute.
i say if the temperature and 60 and below and if it was open it will lose its fizz because no matter if its hot or cold and its not opthe temperature was 70ts fizz because its closed but if the soda was open and
Opinion 1 I would say Dr. Pepper, then Coke, and then Pepsi. Opinion 2 I vote for Pepsi. Coke has a heavy taste, in my opinion.
Open it very slowly. And when it does start to fizz up, close the cap TIGHT.
Phenylalanine is not used in soda pop. However, diet soda pop may contain the artificial sweetener aspartame . This compound, sold under the trade names "Equal" and "NutraSweet", is metabolized by the body into several chemical byproducts including phenylalanine . The breakdown problems pheny…lketonurics have with protein and the attendant build up of phenylalanine in the body also occurs with the ingestion of aspartame, although to a lesser degree. Accordingly, all products in Australia, the U.S. and Canada that contain aspartame must be labeled: "Phenylketonurics: Contains phenylalanine." In the UK, foods containing aspartame must carry ingredient panels that refer to the presence of "aspartame or E951" and they must be labeled with a warning "Contains a source of phenylalanine." These warnings are specifically placed to aid individuals who suffer from PKU so that they can avoid such foods. (MORE)
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no, but it is formed from elements. every element discovered is on the periodic table
Coke has the most fizz because it has the most carbon dioxide trapped in the bottle. Root Beer has the second most. Ginger Ale has more fizz than either coke or Root Beer.
Well, i would have to say that coke or pepsi would have to be the winners otherwise, anything diet because people who are trying to lose weight and love pop will most likely drink diet pops.
When a liquid is under pressure, this increases it's solubility, or the amount of a gaseous solute that can dissolve in it. When you open the can and the pressure decreases, there is more carbon dioxide gas in the pop than it can hold, so some of it must turn back to a gas.
I have been told by my doctor that Diet Rite is the best pop because unlike other pops, it is low in sodium.
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I don't know exactly what you are asking, but Soda is the glue for the Curtis family, the referee, the lighter, happier side of life.
They all do. If it's not the sugar causing cavities it's the bubbles causing the enamel to get thinner.
Soda has carbon dioxide gas dissolved in it. In the closed bottle, the soda is under pressure, and so the gas cannot escape. When you open the bottle, you release the pressure and the gas begins to escape -- you can see the bubbles rising. That is what makes the pop-fizz sound. If you leave the bott…le open for a while, all the gas will escape and the soda goes flat. If you seal it back up, then the pressure builds back up inside, and keeps the gas dissolved in the soda, so it stays fizzy. (MORE)
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It's because when you shake it the gas builds up and gets pressure and cant escape so when you open it the gas can escape and the pressure pops the soda making it like a soda volcano :)
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It can lose it's flavor if you shake it up a lot or leave it out in sun for to long.
it has cafeine in it, cafeine is like a drug. it makes you adiccted. im sure people don't like the way ciggaretes taste,but it has niciotine in it.making it addictive.
when soda is made , carbon dioxide is injected into the soda at a very high pressure to keep it fresh longer. the colder the soda, the more soluble the carbon dioxide, meaning more carbon dioxide can dissolve into the soda if it is colder. when pressure is released, the carbon dioxide turns back int…o a gas and rises out of the soda. While rising out of the soda, it brings up some soda with it making "fizz" on the surface. basically the colder the soda, the more carbon dioxide turns into a liquid and then it brings up more soda with it forming fizz (MORE)
Kernels pop more at room temputare and always spread out the popcorn package to get all the kernels to pop hope this helps.
The bubbles pop when they reach the surface of the liquid, yes. It makes a fizzing noise.
If you take a look at the ingredients pannel on the side of the can, most likely the first ingredient will be carbonated water. Carbonated water has a natural fizz creating the same fizz in soda.
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No not most of them but there might be some materials that are good. If ur trying to loose weight drink water and exrasize
tÃ³ dilchxoshÃ is soda pop in Navajo. The marks mean high tone sound (Navajo is tonal). The first word which means water starts with t and wh breathy sound at the start.
There are several variables to this question. The cost of a soda depended on what brand (Coke, Pepsi, Dr. Pepper) and what size (10 oz., 16 oz.), and whether it came in a can or a bottle. On the average though a soda pop in 1965 would cost you $.10 to $.15.