Why do fizzy drinks have bubbles?

Hong Kong
January 16, 2007 9:32am CST
I just can't figure it out!!!
3 responses
@Jaytech (2251)
16 Jan 07
Because they're full of gas, which rushes to the surface of the drink, hence the bubbles
@gifana (4838)
• Portugal
16 Jan 07
These fizzy drinks, as you put it, are made from carbonated water...that is water in which carbon dioxide gas has been dissoved in it. Drinks are bottled under pressure and when bottles are opened the gas escapes and in so doing causes bubbles (fizz) to appear.
@gifana (4838)
• Portugal
16 Jan 07
These fizzy drinks, as you put it, are made from carbonated water...that is water in which carbon dioxide gas has been dissoved in it. Drinks are bottled under pressure and when bottles are opened the gas escapes and in so doing causes bubbles (fizz) to appear.