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# Why does soda fizz?

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Why does soda fizz?

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Soda water is characterized as a carbonated beverage. These drinks comprise carbon dioxide that has dissolved under very high pressure.  The fizz that occurs as the soda opens is carbon dioxide. The manufacturing of soft drinks adds the tingling froth by forcing out the carbon dioxide gas.

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