What is the difference between mineral water and seltzer?
Seltzer is mineral water containing carbon dioxide meaning it is carbonated. Mineral water has not been carbonated, and is flat, no bubbles. ...
Asked in Chemistry, pH Levels
What should be the pH value of bottled mineral water?
Carbonated mineral waters are acidic.
Asked in Science
Is a carbonated beverage a mixture or a pure substance?
A carbonated beverage is usually a mixture of carbonic acid, water and sugar. However, club soda is just carbonic acid and water. ...
Asked in Chemistry
Is carbonated water a element a compound or a mixture?
It can be separated by physical means, so therefore it is a mixture.
Asked in Ingredient Substitutions
What can you use as a substitute for seltzer?
Seltzer is plain, unflavored carbonated water, sometimes with a small amount of sodium or other mineral salts added. Substitutes include club soda, (sparkling or carbonated) mineral water, sparkling water, or carbonated water from a soda fountain. Neither tonic water nor ginger ale are good substitutes since both are flavored. ...
Asked in Chemistry
Is a carbonated drink a compound?
No it is not; a compound is the result of atoms chemically bonding into new molecules. Carbonated water is simply water that has had carbon dioxide gas dissolved in it, with no true chemical bonding tacking place. Carbonated water is, therefore, a mixture. ...
Asked in Health, Vitamins and Supplements
What is the chemical formula for carbonated drinks?
Chemical formulas are not used to describe mixtures. Carbonated drinks are a mixture of water, sugars and flavorings with carbon dioxide gas dissolved in the water. ...
When elements that form a mineral dissolve in hot water they form a mixture which is called?
The mixture when elements that form a mineral dissolve in hot water is called a solution. ...
Asked in Soil
What is the mixture of mineral and rock particlesremains of organismswaterand air?
Soil is the mixture of mineral and rock particles ,remains of organisms water and air ...
Asked in Carbonated Beverages
Why bubbles appear when you open a bottle of soda but not when you open a bottle of mineral water?
Soda is carbonated; it contains carbonic acid which becomes carbon dioxide gas and turns into bubbles, when it is not under pressure. Some mineral water is also carbonated. Perrier, for example, does have bubbles, although to a lesser extent than a typical soda. But mineral water varies. Different springs have different kinds of mineral content....