co2 is more soluble in cold liquid than warm. so it escapes faster from warm
I think ...
I personally say it's because more gas escape from a warm bottle of soda than from a cold bottle.
The carbon dioxide forcefully bound to the drink is what causes the fizz, as it slowly seeps out. The warmer soda has more actively moving molecules, meaning the release of the carbon dioxide is sped up.
cold Dr. pepper because when someone pours Sprite they get fizz everything that's cold is fizzy cause
when u pour it you get fizz when u get hot its not gonna work
soda that hasn't been opened has the most fizz it doesn't matter it its hot or cold
i think that sprite has more fizz because i pour sprite and coke in a glass and i saw that sprite fizzes more then coke
its because of the materail used in it.
im pretty sure its hot
same as if it happens with cold coke, it explodes into a fountain of coke!
The 'fizz' comes from carbon dioxide (CO2) which is absorbed into the water in the drink.CO2 is absorbed and retained better in cold water than it would in warm water, and is given off quite quickly from warm water. This will be very well demonstrated by carefully pouring a small amount of the drink into a hot saucepan - it will froth up very quickly because the CO2 is being released very quickly.If you open a warm can of carbonated drink it will probably spurt all over the place, wheras a cold can will not do this (unless someone has given it a good shake !! - but that is a different issue !!)Cold cans are more refreshing to drink because of the cooling effect in your mouth and throat and the fizz sensation is enhanced by the cold water which holds more CO2 suddenly releasing the CO2 when it comes into contact with your warm mouth.Hope that helps.
Cold air is more dense than warm air.
cold ocean water is more dense than warm water
cold orange soda spews better becasue warm coke taste flat which means it probably is flat which means no spewing or bubbly stuff :))) any thing else just ask meh!! ily bitch:))
Between cold and warm
Cold air its more dense
cold water does.
example: the water on your coke can i called condensation. this happens when cold liquid encounters something warm, then condensation happens!
cold ocean waer has more dense than warm water.