Experiments on Soft Drinks and Food?

Answer You can use soft drinks and food for more than consumption; they can be materials for science experiments. By using a combination of different sodas and foods, you can create a mini geyser, rubber ... Read More »

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Experiments on How to Compare Carbonation in Soft Drinks?

Carbonation in soft drinks creates the bubbles that float to the top when the drink is opened. These bubbles are carbon dioxide gas that is suspended in the liquid and are released when the bubbles... Read More »

Science Projects & Experiments With Carbonated Soft Drinks?

Science fair projects don't have to be boring. While some students may want to produce the standard volcanoes and ant colonies, you can lead the way by showing them how to combine carbonated soft d... Read More »

Why do the same soft drinks at different restaurants and fast food chains taste different?

Fountain drink taste can be affected by many different things.Like one person mentioned, not cleaning the machine.Or not monitoring the carbonation, or fullness of the syrup feeding in to the machi... Read More »

Hard & Soft Water Experiments?

Water picks up minerals from limestone and other rocks in the water system. Water that is hard has high levels of calcium, magnesium and iron. These minerals make the water "hard" by not allowing w... Read More »