Other Question #701

bree kissner, a 15 year old female from kingsville asks on March 11, 2002,

why does soda pop fizz when it is poured over ice

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The answer

Barry Shell answered on March 12, 2002

A quick search at Google yielded the answer at PhysLink.com. It's the great surface area and roughness of the ice where bubbles can form.

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