According to Jain, Nihill, Sobkowski, and Agustin, in Commercial soft drinks: pH and in vitro dissolution of enamel (General Dentistry, March/April 2007 , Volume 55 , Issue 2 - http://www.agd.org/publications/articles/?ArtID=923) cola drinks fell into a pH range of approximately 2.4 - 3.3 (with most being below pH 3.0) whilst non-colas had a pH range of approximately 2.9 - 3.7 (all but one measured was over pH 3.0). Iced teas came in at around pH 2.9
Here are a selection of the pH values measured:
Diet Coke 3.289
Diet Pepsi 3.031
Cherry Coke 2.522
RC Cola 2.387
Mountain Dew 3.229
Diet Mountain Dew 3.365
Dr. Pepper 2.899
Diet Dr. Pepper 3.169
Diet 7-Up 3.706
Mug Root Beer 4.038
Seawater and carbonated beverages are solutions.
Carbonated beverages contain CO2, hence the bubbling. Soda, beer, sparkling wine and champagne are carbonated beverages.
Does all soda pop have carbonated beverages
When they are mixed.
Well. first you shove Pikachu in the carbonated beverages.
Carbonated beverages have carbon dioxide put into. They become flat when the CO2 escapes.
The acidity of Sprite is about 2.88 pH. That means that like many other carbonated beverages, it is considered fairly acidic.
Carbonated beverages in general translates to "boisson de carbonate" in French. If you are referring to soda, since those are the most popular of all carbonated beverages, then the French word is "le soda."