Asked in Chemistry, Carbonated Beverages
Why are drinks carbonated or soft drinks are carbonated?
These is because, it contain's dissolved carbon dioxide (CO2) as the anion CO32-; carbon dioxide is added to improve the taste and for raising the acidity. ...
What are the solutes found in a can or bottle of fizzy soft drinks?
The solute is carbon dioxide, CO2.
Asked in Science, Food & Cooking
What is the gas put into soft drinks to make the bubbles?
Carbon dioxide (C02) makes the bubbles.
Asked in Chemistry
In a solution of carbon dioxide in water a soft drink the carbon dioxide is the solute?
The carbon dioxide is a solute in a solution of carbon dioxide in water in a soft drink. ...
Asked in Drinks and Beverages
What causes the bubbling in soft drinks?
The bubbles are caused by carbon dioxide, which was dissolved in the drink, from leaving solution to the atmosphere. This is how they become flat, and it is due to the equilibrium involved in the "reaction" between carbon dioxide gas and carbon dioxide solute. ...