If shaking five different typpes of sodas will they spew the same amount?
No, because they will all contain different ingredients, and probably different amounts of dissolved CO2 gas. ...
Asked in Physics, Carbonated Beverages, Pepsi
If different brands of soda is shaken will they spew the same amount?
No, I have tried this and sodas like coke spew a lot more then ones like sprite, all bought at the same time, kept at the same temp. and general conditions. I believe it has to do with the formula and ingredients. Not even the SAME brand of soda will be the same. One of the principles in science and engineering is that nothing is the same at larger scales. Are two loaves of bread the same? No. Are two pieces...
Asked in Drinks and Beverages
If you shake up different kinds or brands of soft drinks will they all spew the same amount?
Soft drinks do not all have the same degree of carbonation. But they do tend to be similar. ...
Asked in English Spelling and Pronunciation
Why are skew and spew spelled with ew but spume is spelled with ume?
Because they are different words for different things. "spume" is foam or froth on a liquid. "spew" is to eject forcefully or in large amount "skew" is to give a bias to or distort ...
Asked in Science
How do you prove that if you shake up different kinds or brands of soft drinks will they all spew the same amount?
Video tape it with a mini camcorder or something like that, or set the camera to shutter speed, if it can, to catch the unveiling in action of the spew of the soft drinks. If you can't do either of these, get a willing witness to watch it happen. ...
Asked in Drinks and Beverages
If you shake up different kinds or brands of soft drinks will they all spew the same amount.?
well bowers you need to check the bubbles in the soft dink and it depends on what the certain type of soft drink it is and that's it okay ugliness ...
Asked in Carbonated Beverages
If you shake up different kinds of soda will they all spew the same amount?
No, assuming equal volume and shaking, it depends on the the CO2 content initially dissolved in the soda. More CO2 is more bubbles produced, results in more 'spewing' ...
Will different soft drinks spew the same?
The level of carbonation in packaged soft drinks varies by the packaging (glass, can, plastic) and even by bottle size. It is only precisely consistent for a product within a given manufacturing plant, and within a batch prepared for bottling. However, some sodas have ingredients that are matched to a certain level of carbonation, for flavor purposes. If the package, temperature, and agitation are the same, you will see reasonably consistent results. ...
Asked in Onomatopoeia
Is spew an onomatopoeia?
It can be argued whether or not spew is an onomatopoeia, but most will agree it is not. The definition of spew is to expel large quantities of something forcibly. Spew can be used to describe vomiting and puking. Onomatopoeia is used to describe a word that sounds like what it means. Such as the word buzz. ...
Asked in Volcanoes, Planetary Science
What types of gases are found in extraterrestrial volcanoes?
There are many different types of ET volcanoes, so there are many different answers for this question. There are even ones that spew out methane ice! ...