Physics of Carbonation : Chemistry Lessons

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Most of us drink carbonated drinks on a daily basis. Be it carbonated water, or any other carbonated beverage.

Some say carbonated drinks are bad for you and your health, but that doesn’t stop us from drinking carbonated drinks often.

How are drinks carbonated? How you go from regular water to carbonated water? What is the process of carbonation?

This short and educational video will help you better understand the physics and chemistry of carbonation. After that, hopefully, you will know more about carbonation, and be better prepared to drink or not to drink carbonated drinks.

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