The amount of carbonation in a soda depends on the brand. Certain brands and flavors have lesson carbonation than others.
About 1.2-5.2 in each soda usually if there in cans
soda loses its carbonation in a warm area
Soda loses its carbonation at higher temperatures.
diet soda has no carbonation regular soda has carbonation also, regular soda has more calories in it.
from the carbonation
Soda loses its carbonation faster at a higher temperature.
yes because when you shake the soda it fizzes up so basically it losses most of its carbonation and it tastes like flat soda even when its bran new
yes. every soda has carbonation.
= im doing this for a project, and regular soda has more carbonation, because of the co2 and H2O combine, and junkk (:=
soda maintains its carbonation (fizz) better at colder temperatures. This is because the cold carbonation is denser, making it sink, and the heated carbonation is less dense, so it rises and escapes from the soda. the soda becomes flat(no fizz), and nobody wants flat soda.
The answer is simple the carbonation in the soda...
The carbonation bubbles in soda are the fizz.
Carbonation and/or sugar.
The carbonation of the soda.
The bubbles in soda are caused by the carbonation. Which is also the carbon-dioxide that is in soda:)