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Can you freeze an open bottle of soda?

You can freeze a bottle of soda when its open, only if the cap is off when you freeze it. You can also put it in a small, plastic cup and freeze it to make a popcicle.


Why does soda not explode after a shake?

because if it is still covered it will not explode but when you shake it in a bottle an open the bottle it explodes


What is the difference of taste in can soda and bottled soda?

The difference between the taste of can soda and bottle soda is in my opinion a can soda has less aside then a bottle soda. In a can soda you taste more aside then in a bottle of soda. A bottle of soda only taste good at when you begin to drink it and if you leave it for an hour later the taste goes away and the soda taste sweet. In a can soda you could leave it in a fridge for an hour and when you finish drinking it taste the same.


If you put the bottle of soda upside down will that stop the carbon dioxide from escaping the bottle?

Yes, but sooner or later the bottle must be returned to its upright position for use (unless it was open while inverted, in which case everything will get out of the bottle). Also, it may cause the soda itself to escape from the bottle. Flat soda in a bottle is better than carbonated soda all over your refrigerator.


What happens when a closed bottle of soda cools down?

the soda freeze? or if there is no soda inside the bottle the gas inside the soda bottle will "contract"? i guess and the bottle will be crushed


How long does bottled soda stay good for on a shelf?

usually nine months from it's birthdate. always noted on the bottle.


Why is it wrong to open a bottle of soda before you pay for it?

No I've done it plenty of times


Why do bubbles appear in carbonate soda when you open a soda bottle?

Carbonated liquids have CO2 (carbon dioxide) gas dissolved in the liquid. When Soda bottles are sealed the pressure of the sealed bottle prevents the gas from escaping the liquid (the force of the container is higher than the energy the gas can supply thus the gas cannot escape the liquid and stays dissolved.) When you open the bottle the pressure is released and those molecules of gas with enough energy are now able to escape the liquid and thus bubbles form in the bottle. The same thing can be observed when you shake a bottle of soda. The shaking of the bottle provides the energy needed for the gas to escape the liquid, however until you open the bottle that gas is held in the liquid by the pressure. We all know what happens when you open a soda bottle that's been shaken up!


How do you eplode a bottle?

Because the water in the soda expands when it freezes, and the plastic bottle can only stretch so far before it bursts. Soda cans burst, too, but it usually comes out through the 'easy open' top. This is an answer aaron to why does soda explode in a cold plastic bottle...


How do you make an explosion out of house hold items?

if you mix baking soda and vinegar it will fiz just like shaking soda, if you put it in a bottle and shake it with a lot of pressure and open the bottle it will explode.


How to make a soda bottle rocket?

You can make a soda bottle rocket.


Why do bubbles form when we open a soda bottle?

Soda contains carbon dioxide dissolved in water under pressure. When we open the bottle the pressure drops, which decreases the solubility of the carbon dioxide. As a result some of it leaves the solution, forming bubbles of the gas.


Why does a cold soda plastic bottle explode?

Because the water in the soda expands when it freezes, and the plastic bottle can only stretch so far before it bursts. Soda cans burst, too, but it usually comes out through the 'easy open' top.


Is canned soda lighter than bottled soda?

well yes it is because the can is lighter than the soda. But understand that as you put the soda i the can /bottle it does get heavier. But more soda can fit in the bottle than the can so that makes the soda bottle heavier than the soda can.


How do you open Jones soda?

Its a twist top, like a regular pop bottle. The only difference is Jones soda has a metal top instead of plastic.


How much dry ice would you require in a bottle to make the sound of gas escaping when you open the bottle?

Not sure why you need dry ice in a bottle to produce sound. Open a soda or other fizzy drink bottle and you will get the sound of the carbon dioxide gas escaping.


Why does soda pop fizz when opened?

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 bottle 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.


What is the fizz in soda pop?

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 bottle 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.


Does a full bottle of soda have more mass than a empty bottle?

err, yes, because: bottle mass + soda mass > bottle mass


Why does a soda can pop when you open it?

It is because soda has carbon dioxide gas in it. When the can is closed the soda is under pressure, and so the gas cannot escape. As soon as you open the bottle, the pressure is released and the gas begins to escape. That is what makes the sound. When all the carbon dioxide escapes, the soda is "flat".


How much a soda bottle weigh?

A soda bottle weigh 2 litter


How do Mentos affect the gases in soda?

If you drop a mentos in a bottle of soda, the carbonated water would fizzle up and bursts out of bottle like a fountain. Its a very good experiment to impress your friends


What happen to the baking soda and vinegar when mixed?

It fizzes; similar to what happens when you shake up a bottle of pop and open it!


Will squeezing the soda bottle keep the soda fizzy?

no


What chemical keeps soda from going flat?

Carbon. If you left a soda bottle open for a day or two, all the carbon would escape and it would become flat.