Explain why a bottle of warm cola produces more fizz when opened than does a bottle of cold cola?
When cola is cold, the gasses inside the bottle compress and move closer together. When the cola is warm, the heat causes the gasses to expand, so that's why there is more fizz when a bottle of warm cola is opened.
What happens if you drink a coca cola that has been expired for over 8 years It is kept in an american glass bottle and has never been opened or attempted to be opened?
When you open a bottle of carbonated cola you see bubbles of gas bursting from the surface. What can you infer about the amount of gas dissolved in the solution before you opened the bottle?
A bottle of fizzy cola is heavier. Weight is related to mass. Whenever something loses material and doesn't gain any to replace it, it loses mass. The bottle of fizzy cola has everything the bottle of flat cola has, but the bottle of flat cola has lost some carbon dioxide. Although carbon dioxide is a gas, and doesn't weigh much more than air, the carbon dioxide in cola is compressed and dissolved and is at…