is phosphorous and phosphoric acid the same in coke?
Phosphoric acid and carbonic acid.
Phosphoric acid is used in Coke.
This is the phosphoric acid.
It's not phosphorus that is in Coke. It's phosphoric acid. Deb
The acid used in Coca-Cola is phosphoric acid.
Coke in and of itself is not an acid but a mixture of a variety of substance, some of which are acids. Coke contains carbonic acid and some phosphoric acid.
It becomes clean because of the phosphoric acid in the coke.
Phosphoric acid, carbonic acid, and citric acid.
Phosphoric acid is generally used in sodas to give it a tangy flavor and to act as a preservative.
Coke does have acids, but edible acids, such as citric acid and phosphoric acid. But the amounts in the drink does not make it harmful to drink.
According to a recent experiment I performed, the concentratiion of phosphoric acid in Coke Zero is 2.338 x 10^-3 moles/L. A can is 240 mL => 1 can contains about 0.0550 grams H3PO4
Because it contains phosphoric acid.
There is no elemental phosphorus, but there is phosphoric acid in it.
Usually pennies are cleaned by coke. One of the ingredients in Coke is phosphoric acid, a medium strength acid that is used in the production of agricultural fertilizers. It's the phosphoric acid that enables Coke to get stuff off dirty pennies.
They contain phosphoric acid. They have a pH of around 2.4
It cleans it because of the phosphoric acid in the coke
did you know that phosphoric acid is in coke and it can dissolve a tooth.once a man left a tooth in a can of coke and in ten days it dissolved.if you could drink about 4 litres of coke within an hour you could DIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!phosphoric acids is normally in rust remover
Phosphoric acid; sprite has none of that in it