Asked in ScienceChemistry
What happens to the carbonation in carbonated water if it is boiled?
Asked in Physics, Chemistry, Carbonated Beverages
What is the chemistry behind carbonated water drinks carbonation?
Asked in Chemistry
Why when you add sugar to seltzer water the carbonation increases?
Asked in Nose Bleeds
Do people get nose bleeds from too much carbonated water?
Asked in Science, Chemistry, Snow and Ice
Do ice cubes melt faster in carbonatedwater or in salt water?
Carbonated water EDIT: This is a tough question since both salt water and carbonated water have lower specific heats than fresh water and how much lower depends on how much salt and carbonation is added. However, the carbonated water could potentially have bubbles if it was just depressurized and the extra turbulence would help melt the ice. If the carbonated water was pressurized (no bubbles), it would completely depend on the amount of carbonation and salt.
Asked in Salt (Sodium Chloride)
When salt water is boiled what happens to the salt?
Asked in Chemistry, Evaporation and Condensation
What happens to water when boiled does it condensate or does it evaporate?
Asked in Fruits and Vegetables
Why does the soaked raisin go up and down in the carbonated water?
Asked in Mentos (candy)
What happens when you drop a Mentos in water or milk?
Asked in Science, Chemistry, The Difference Between
What is the difference between seltzer water and spring water?
ÙSeltzer water is a carbonated water (that may be known also as club soda, soda water, sparkling water, or fizzy water). It is water into which carbon dioxide gas under pressure has been dissolved. This process, known as carbonation. Carbonation is a process that causes the water to become sparkling. Carbonated water is the defining ingredient of carbonated soft drinks. Spring water is water that is obtained from a natural spring. Unlike many forms of bottled water that are filtered and treated to remove impurities, water from a natural spring is considered to contain a beneficial level of minerals and is normally bottled directly at the source. In recent years, it has become available in a number of different retail outlets.