What is the difference between soft drinks and alcoholic drinks?
Soft drinks are soda-based drinks which do not contain alcohol or its components... thus it is also called a non-alcoholic drink. Alcoholic drinks are alcohol-based drinks... also known as hard drinks. ...
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Are soft drinks solutions?
Most soft drinks are indeed solutions, because they contain sugar and/or artificial sweetener and various flavoring components dissolved in water. Some soft drinks may contain solids such as orange pulp; if they do, they are heterogeneous mixtures of which one component is a solution. ...
What are the substance used in soft drinks mixture?
Soft drinks are made up of water and sugar in the mixture Soft drinks are made up of water and sugar in the mixture ...
Why are cokes called soft drinks?
Alcoholic drinks are called 'hard' drinks: You've probably heard the expresion 'hard liqour', well all alcoholic drinks are considered 'hard'. Soft drinks have no alcohol in them, so they are called 'soft'. ...