This is how a soft drink freezes in a second as soon as you open it

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An amazing video shows the so-called ‘gas law’, which makes a soft drink, inside a bottle and under certain conditions, go from liquid to solid at once, just when we are serving it. What is the chemical reaction or physical changes that occur in this process? There are two things that may have happened to the liquid in the bottle, both very similar: One possibility is that the contents were in a situation of undercooling and quickly frozen when making a sudden change in their dynamic conditions, causing the appearance of nuclei The other possibility is pressure. It is possible that when the bottle was opened, the pressure became such that, for the temperature at which the liquid was, the stable phase was the solid one, therefore, the two premises may be valid to explain this curious phenomenon. .

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