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At lunch, you open a can of soda and place a straw into the can to drink. Describe the...
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Liquid, obviously the soda is liquid.
Gas, the carbonation that causes the bubbles and the fizzing sound.
Solid, the straw.
It also changes from a solution to a heterogeneous mixture. The bubbles change throughout the can as it is opened and all of the gas is mixed into the soda.
Posted by tpisano on February 10, 2010 at 12:03 AM (Answer #1)
There is a lot of bubbles that comes out of the can of soda, and it makes a sizzling sound or pop sound. This phenomenon is due to the process called carbonation, which happens in the can.
Posted by revolution on February 24, 2010 at 2:51 PM (Answer #2)
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