Solution is where water is a solvent and salt is a solute. Therefore, Coke is a solution where water is a solvent and sugar, salt and other ingredients are solutes that are completely dissolved in water.
Yes, Coca-Cola did once contain an estimated nine milligrams of cocaine per glass. However, it was taken out in 1903.
A proper noun is the name of a person, place, or thing. Coca Cola is the name of a product and a company. Coca Cola is a proper noun, which must be capitalized.
No, they are two different companies, although Pepsi's real name is Pepsi Cola.
Bkng soda vinegar is a CHEMICAL reaction, a chemical change occurs giving CO2 and water. The rate depends on the conc. of your vinegar, temperature and the surface area of the soda (fine powder)
Mentos/coke is a PHYSICAL reaction, no chemical change occurs (though sugar dissolves and eventually hydrolyses to glucose, but this is incidental). The same thing happens with Mentos and carbonated water.
CO2 dissolved in the coke is released by a process called nucleation on the surface of the mentos.
A rough surface is better than a smooth one, so this might be a useful area to investigate for your project.
The mentos reaction is probably fastest under most conditions, and you can experiment with temperature, acid strength, different types of Mentos (some are smooth and are rubbish), fizzy drinks with different amounts of sugar dissolved, lots of variables are there if you think about it.
Yes it does. In fact a plant dies cause of coke
It’s weird, but sort of. Kids drinking too much Coca-Cola disturbs their growing a bit, since kids need milk and water to grow easier. Coke just slows down the growth process a bit if you drink too much because you’re not drinking milk. So the answer is sort of. It can disturb the process if you drink too much.
it takes about 1 hour
what is the procurement procedure of cocacola
At one time, Coca Cola did contain trace amounts of the active ingredient in cocaine. However, by the early 20th century, Coca Cola changed their process to remove it.
Profit. By far.
Not even close. Although teeth submerged in a cup of soda do eventually dissolve because of the acid present, this process takes several days.
This myth likely originated from a 1950 Congressional testimony by a Cornell University professor named Clive McCay. He was trying to convince a committee of House representatives that soda could cause cavities, and he claimed teeth submerged in Coke would soften and begin to dissolve in two days’ time. His claims, though, were a bit exaggerated, and other scientists noted that teeth would eventually dissolve in any liquid containing sugar and phosphoric acid. Like orange juice.
If the idea of soda dissolving your teeth worries you, keep in mind that no one keeps soda in their mouth long enough to do that type of damage. While soda isn't necessarily good for your teeth, saliva and proper dental hygiene help mitigate the effects of the acid.
The solutes in coke are sugar and caffiene The solutes in coke are sugar and caffiene
soda water=carbon dioxide+water
The pH of toilet cleaners will vary greatly depending on what it is. Most toilet cleaners have a pH between 9 and 13, which is high.
it is a substance so it does not belong to a food group
Aprox. 4.75 inches (12cm) tall
8.25 inches (21cm) diameter
What happens to sugar upon heating it depends on how hot you heat it and how quickly. If you are exceedingly (!) carefully, it will melt and turn into a liquid. If you are not so careful, it will turn into caramel, which is actually slightly burned sugar.
When sugar is heated, it melts into a brown liquid, boils and turns into a black solid. Droplets of colorless liquid is seen at the cooler sides of the test tube. The solid is carbon.
Nothing happens. I've done this many times, just remember to eat something before taking it.
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