Because the chemicals in diet coke react with the chemicals in the mentos, Normal coke has the same chemicals that mentos has, that is why you need to have a positive and negative to react, Normal coke and mentos is positive and positive.
Due to the chemicals in Coke :)
Because the sugars are replaced with chemicals.
Physical properties change when chemicals combine because when you mix chemicals the physical properties changes it identity.
Coke was made not found
It has a lot more chemicals
None of the chemicals in Diet Coke are known to affect the muscles.
diet coke will float because it has less density then regular coke because it has more sugar and less chemicals and vice versa for the diet coke.
i found that it was coke
cancer causing, heart attack causing, bad, evil, delicious chemicals
it is due to the carbon dioxide reacting with the chemicals in the coke making it foam.
the acidity and chemicals in coke are strong enough to reverse the displacement reaction
Diet coke because it has the most chemicals and bad stuff in it along with coke.
Yes, it is. Diet coke is even WORSE! The coloring effects your teeth and it has acibs and chemicals that are not good for you.
Coke is more dense than distilled water
Probably not, because plants grow from water and are used to that. Coke with its chemicals may kill it!
There is mainly sugar but coke also contains carbohydrate fats acid and many other chemicals
The chemicals inside them both when you shake it!:)
Yes, his research showed this. He developed and found that CFC chemicals damaged ozone. The damage is due to Chlorine's properties.Yes he did. He showed that CFC's depleted ozone.
because diet coke contains chemicals that are bad for our body that's why it gives us cancr
it depends on how much there is but milk will melt faster because coke has more chemicals
A penny goes clean in coke because the coke has so much sugar and chemicals that it even has enough power to clean a whole sink!
there are all sorts! :)
because all the chemicals have different physical properties.
what chemicals exactly