well, I'm going to use coke for an example, out a tooth i a cup of coke and keep it there for the night, see what happens.when i did it, the tooth had dissapeared. this proves that soda is bad for you teeth. if you don't believe me, find out yourself. I would get a cup of coke and use half an egg shel nd leave it in the glass for at leat a day or longer if you desire.Another way is to boil an egg in coke but the first one is the best.xx
1 cup of coke = 98 calories
it will rot a way to see this process happen quicker u can drop an ice cube in a cup of coke, then a couple secs later, pour out the coke and look at the little creaders in the ice, that's like a cavity for ice
no, the tooth schpider
You can dissolve 1/4 cup of salt in one cup of water. Slightly (10%) more if the water is boiling.
1 cup = 48 teaspoons 1 teaspoon = 0.02 cup
There are about 142 calories in a 330 mL can of coke. Of this, 0g are fat.
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A lot of people, mothers especially, seem to think that sweets and fizzy drinks are the main cause of tooth decay. Cola is a big one too, thanks to the "Leave a tooth in a cup of Cola and it'll dissolve" experiment. However, Cola is only on your teeth for a short period of time, so it doesn't help a lot to tooth decay. Mainly, it's bad oral hygiene that causes tooth decay.
depends if its cut or uncut
mac Donalds and coke
Yes it can.
There are 16.
You Add This Gassy Ice Stuff.
There are 100 calories in 1 cup (8 fl. ounces) of Coca-Cola.
Dissolve... mixing with the tea.
Yes it can.
Up to one cup of water. After that it is a solution of water in vinegar.
Yes. Warm water can dissolve more sugar the cold water.
The solubility of sugar (sucrose) is approx. 2.000 g/L at room temperature; it is a very high solubility. If a cup has 200 mL you can dissolve in it 400 g sugar. This is about 338g for 1 cup.
yes but only if its tetly
It will dissolve.
if the water is heated