Soda Can Shake Up – Sick Science! #142

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Find out what’s happening inside the can HERE: http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/experiment/soda-can-shake-up-experiment

Have you ever wondered why shaking a soda results in a great explosion when it’s opened? What causes a 2-liter bottle of soda to go flat? Is there anything that can be done to keep fizz in a bottle of soda? Get ready to uncover some amazing soda secrets that will change your soda drinking habits.

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5 Comments

  1. When you shake a regular can, it makes the carbonized bubbles stick to the sides of the can and when you open it , it releases pressure and goes everywhere, when you tap the sides, the bubbles sink back to the bottom so theirs no pressure , idk for the diet tho

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