Why are soft drinks fizzy ?

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asked May 7, 2014 in Food & Dining by dominicreigns

3 Answers

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answered May 8, 2014 by anonymous
Most of them have dissolved co2.. That makes them fizzy
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answered Aug 12, 2015 by jack89
When you open the can of soda you allow the pressure to come out the bottle. This requires energy because in order for the gas freak out.
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answered Feb 9, 2016 by nutribullet
The fizz that bubbles up when you crack open a can of soda is carbon dioxide gas (CO2). Soft drink manufacturers add this tingling froth by forcing carbon dioxide and water into your soda at high pressures—up to 1,200 pounds per square inch. The "fssst" you hear is millions of carbon dioxide molecules bursting out of their sweet, watery prisons, where they have been held against their will. http://www.nutribulletrecipes.org/
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commented Feb 10, 2016 by geoff
Good answer but can we really trust you are telling the truth because you are  spamming your website when your .com has nothing do do with fizzy drink.
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