Assuming that you know what a toothbrush and dental floss are and use them, and assuming that you make the occassional trip to the dentist, neither is harmful. It's when you habitually drink soft drinks that it's unhealthy; diet or regular. Between the different sets of measurements, there was a significant difference in the initial temperature of the air. My problem is all my cans are floating - a sugar laden Peach Nectar, a regular coke, a coke zero, and a coke light - all are floating. By adding salt to the tank, you can increase the density of the water which is now salt water. Wood on the other hand has a density of 0. Dissolved carbon dioxide, in both Diet and regular Coke, probably also changes the density.
Over time the Coca-Cola Company has become the leading producer of soft drinks in marketplace and is ranked number one in carbonated soft drinks and juice drinks, number two in sports drinks, and number three in bottled water in 2005. I was intrigued by these results, so I decided to test this on my own. As a matter of fact Coke is very bad for you. I'll keep looking for an answer. In terms of errors in this experiment, a possible source of error is not closing the analytical balance right away, causing the mass to be slightly altered due to the amounts of air entering. At the time, for some reason I had no spare cans of Coke.
In this experiment, there were several objectives. The average density of an object equals its total mass divided by its total volume. An example of a completely non-intuitive result is that adding 18 mL of pure ethanol to a liter of pure water a room temperature only increases the volume of the mixture by 14 mL! The effects of the air space in the can, and the mass of the can, combine with the liquid densities to end up just over and under the density of water. The method to determine the density of an object is to first check the weight of the object with a weighing machine. Coke is now preferred over diet because it causes weight gain, deadly diseases, and many health problems.
Diet coke floats because Floating occurs because floating objects displace, or push aside, a certain amount of liquid. A 12oz can of original Coke. Similarly if the density of the medium is higher than the density of the object, the object will float in that medium. Density is usual … ly compared to water, which is assigned a density of 1. If they get a different result from yours, then you can zero in on exactly what is different in what they did in this test versus what you did.
Record the volume of the water in the cup. Thus, the diet isn't a nutritious way to shed weight and cannot ensure you keep it off long-term. If we use a density of 1. With the graduated cylinder, the average density is 0. Turns out that they are hidden in a sense within the molecular organization of the solution; the solvent allows the water molecules to pack together a little bit better than for the case of pure water. If the crown had been made with less dense materials than pure gold including silver , it would displace more water than the gold bar. Item Regular Coke Diet Coke Water 335g 335g Sugar 39g - Nutra sweet - 0.
Although you would be saving calories, the drink does not provide any nutritional value whatsoever. Try to compare the results by using different types of soda cans. Density is a physical characteristic, and is a measure of mass per unit of volume of a material or substance. My naive expectation would be that warming a can will cause it to expand, and therefore become less dense. We are left with a mystery. So, getting back to the Fun experiment of floating cans of fizzy drinks. Water is the reference with its highest density at 3.
The next step is to determine its volume. The reason behind this is that the sugar particles mix in with the water and making it even more densed heavier than a can of coke! If you need a pick me up, drink juice real juice, not juice drink, ade, or juice cocktail; these are another form of sugar water flavored with juice. Which type of Coke is floating?. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. So clearly my question was answered, Coke is more dense than Diet Coke and also to check my experiment and results was to simply place them in a container of water and check which one floated.
S has raised questions about regarding the different ways food is now being produced. Start with the mass, so grab the triple-beam balance and set up the cokes each at a time and measure the numbers by moving the weights till the beam strikes the middle. Eventually, Archimedes hatched a cunning plan to submerse the crown and measure the amount of water it displaced and compare that to the amount of water displaced by an equal mass of pure gold. Although the Coca-Cola Company is strong enough in the soft drinks market, it still has to face the challenge of Pepsi, which is its major competitor in the global market. The company in the early 70's was at its critical stages of loosing its pre eminent position as the No. I've searched on the Web for relevant information, and I learned two things: 1.
I tested room temperature cans in hot, room temperature, and cold water, and every single time, the Pepsi sank and the Diet Pepsi floated. Helium has a density of 0. The idea behind this demonstration is that regular Coca-Cola contains 39 g of sugar per 355 ml soda, but, because the sweetener in Diet Coke is so much sweeter than sugar, there is much less of it in the Diet Coke than there is sugar in regular Coke. Could it possibly be that your can of regular Coke is not the kind of Coke with all the extra sugar? Once on the news this lady got a hole in her throat from drinking too much fizzy drinks like coke. Sucrose, or table sugar, is a disaccharide a carbohydrate with two molecules composed of one molecule of fructose and one molecule of glucose. When I finish recording the mass, take out the bucket of water and gently drop both coke's in turns and check which one floats or sinks.
To fully grasp why a very simple weight-loss diet is the best method to drop some weight and keep it off, it's first imperative that you understand clearly just the reason why we put on weight in the very first spot. Immersing the cans in water is a very poor way to measure the density of the liquid. I have seen this happen. Most carbohydrates, including sucrose, have a high calorie content. For the 15-liter tank, this would be approximately 225 g of salt. This lab was also designed to be an introduction to the LabQuest Data and the Logger Pro data analysis database.