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Question: why do bubbles in fizzy drinks escape individually rather than as one large bubble?
Asked by Dolly da Gucci to Ivy, Daniel, Christina, Cheryl on 25 Jan 2017.
answered on 25 Jan 2017:
@Dolly da gucci,
I do not know. I suspect it is something to do with surface tension which might not be high enough to maintain a big bubble but also higher than that of the part not forming bubbles.
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