How to Dissolve an Aspirin in Water or Soda?

Answer Dissolving aspirin in water or soda creates a suspension that alleviates pain and makes the aspirin easier to swallow. Normal aspirin will semi-dissolve in warm water or warm soda but will leave a ... Read More »

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In your opinion if soda was called carbonated water instead of soda how much effect would that have?

They can't call soda carbonated water becasue carbonated water is carbonated water. This is the same as saying "in your opinion if kool aid was called water instead of kool aid how much effect woul... Read More »

How to Dissolve Gas in Water?

Gases are commonly dissolved in aqueous solutions for varying reasons, the most common example of dissolved gas in a liquid is soda pop, containing dissolved carbon dioxide gas. The most commonly u... Read More »

Can silica gel dissolve in water?

According to Maruti Drugs, silica gel is insoluble in water. It's also non-toxic and odorless. A writer at Library Science describes silica gel as a partially hydrated form of silica that does not ... Read More »

Can benzene dissolve in water?

In general, nonpolar solvents such as benzene do not dissolve in polar solvents such as water. However, in many cases "does not dissolve" really means "dissolves only slightly." In this case, the s... Read More »