Question by  mommytoc (56)

How is soda pop carbonated?

I don't get why all the bubbles don't rush out when you open the bottle.


Answer by  QGreezy (76)

Carbon dioxide gas is the content responsible for the bubbles in soda pop. Soda also contains water and syrup that contribute to the full effect of the soda.


Answer by  Philedupwithknowlege (384)

Soda pop is carbonated using carbon dioxide. Today it is added by the beverage maker as a high-pressure liquid form or solid (dry ice). By doing this to the soda mix, some of the co2 disolves into it. It gets bottled and the gas is trapped untill you open it.

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