yes, Diet Coke was the product we used increased growth of our violets significantly more than water. The reason is uncertain. Perhaps it is the CO2 or carbonation of the diet coke. Although I hesitate to believe that 100% because CO2 is a gas and if poured into soil the CO2 would probably just escape into the atmosphere, just as it does in a glass. It seems though when you drink a coke that there is still CO2 remaining because the diet coke doesn't become flat the moment you pour it. The ingredients in coke are carbonated water and acids, food coloring, caffeine, and potassium, along with others. I would say that that the potassium and phosphoric acids contribute to growth as well. Plants like mineral rich soils and fertilizers contain phosphates which is similar to phosphoric acid. I choose diet coke because it has no sugar to mold in the soil.
Does water, coke or milk grow faster?
aspirin dissolves faster in coke because it is carbonated
coke will make it rust faster
it disolves better in coke.
I literally just did a project on this. Water dissolves a sugar cube faster than coke does.
I think it does because i di a science fair project the tomatoes tasted like a coke flavor and it grew faster than the water did
No, it does not.
Coke and sprite have higher melting points than water.
milk and diet coke makes plants grow faster
because plants need water to grow. ALTHOUGH coke has water but the osmotic pressure of coke water is very high hence its water is not available to the plant cells by osmosis.
WATER FREEZES FASTER THAN THE OTHER TWO.
Water will freeze faster than Coke because Coke has more gas than water and gas takes more time to freeze than plain liquid
The coke contains phosphoric acid
It will rust faster in fizzy, fresh coke because that has more oxygen, but as the coke sits out longer and loses CO2 the nail will begin to rust slower until water would make it rust faster.
it will melt faster in coke because that is why it taste flat at some points when you leave it out
no it cant
because pepsi has more water that coke
coke because it has more acidity
it easy coke and relly it is not a lie
It depends on the plant, but generally it should grow faster in water, although the sugars in the coke [I'm assuming you mean Coca Cola] could have an effect. The high level of acidity from the carbonic acid would possibly desolve and destroy the plant. If you mean water instead of cocaine, then it once again depends on the plant - some plants need a drier environment to grow, others prefer to have wet roots. The cocaine would probably have very little effect on the growth of the plant.
Coke would make mold grow faster... Sugar is food for the mold/fungus. Therefore, Coke with its high sugar content would make it grow faster.