Why does putting a soda can in the refrigerator cool the soda down?
This is because the fridge is cold, and this cold makes the outside of the can cold. Objects get col from the outside, in. Unlike heat, which warms objects from the inside, out,
You can get the smell of latex paint out of a refrigerator-freezer by cleaning it out with a solution of warm water and baking soda. Place a baking tray sprinkled with baking soda on a shelf in the refrigerator and do the same in one of the freezer baskets. You will have to defrost the refrigerator-freezer first.
If you put the bottle of soda upside down will that stop the carbon dioxide from escaping the bottle?
Yes, but sooner or later the bottle must be returned to its upright position for use (unless it was open while inverted, in which case everything will get out of the bottle). Also, it may cause the soda itself to escape from the bottle. Flat soda in a bottle is better than carbonated soda all over your refrigerator.
Baking soda is a simple inorganic chemical, sodium bicarbonate. It does not deteriorate when exposed to dry air. It can last for years if properly stored. Baking soda may go bad if you keep it in a moist area. It absorbs moisture. It also absorbs various air borne chemicals. If it has not been stored, then these contaminants may have been absorbed or changed it from a powder to lumps. It is a common mistake…