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Why does the water in soda expand in cold?

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The baking soda/vinegar balloons is a ... Vinegar is water with about 3 percent of ... soda and vinegar in sealed well enough so the CO 2 doesn’t ...
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Why does a shaken soda fizz more than an unshaken one? November 14, 2005; 1; ... is needed for additional liquid molecules to vaporize and expand the bubble.
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Can Gases Dissolve in Water? ... This is why soda becomes ... Dissolved gas tends to stay dissolved better in cold soda. Ask students: Does carbon ...
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... Supercooled water in the freezer ... pressure builds as well (water expands when ... How cold does the water have to be for say a little piece of some ...
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