Similarly if the density of the medium is higher than the density of the object, the object will float in that medium. 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! Diet Coke is made from water, artificial sweetener currentlyaspartame , caffeine, phosphoric acid, potassium citrate acidregulator , citric acid, flavorings, and caramel color. The company in the early 70's was at its critical stages of loosing its pre eminent position as the No. However, gross errors usually occur due to a personal mistake. This long post is over. The total volume of a Coke can of either variety is 380 cm 3.
Based on these data, the precision of my three measurements was fairly low. Finally, to find the mass of both the Coke and Diet Coke, you will add the volume of liquid with the sugar for Coke and the aspartame for the Diet Coke. Well by dropping both coke cans at a time in Water it will conclude which can is different. Density is a very important property which can be used to identify a substance. That's actually somewhat not true because yes, it does help people on a diet that like coke but coke … 0 has no calories so I think it is scientificly proven that coke 0 is't not as fattening.
The density was found by dividing the mass by volume which or both Coke and Diet Coke was 355ml. At the same time, the floating can of diet soda will rise high enough to tip over and float on its side. Brand is not a factor, and only in the case of 12-oz aluminum cans does the small density difference straddle the density of water. This 3% difference in density as compared to that of water is enough to allow the can to float as in the photograph above. So if you drop Coke into the ocean you might lose it andnever be able to get it back. If the immersed object is denser than the fluid, gravity exceeds the buoyant force, and the object sinks. This post is just for reference for anyone looking through the forums.
We know from all this that given a can of Diet Coke floats and a regular can of Coke sinks, in spite of both same models of cans containing the same amount of liquid, the ingredients combined in regular Coke must be thicker. This experiment will explore the area of physical science and applying it to everyday objects. Can someone help me explain this? Observation is made to ascertain whether the cans float or sink in the water - these observations are recorded in the table below. There has been a experiment in Hong Kong and found out that if you use Coke to wash the toilet, it's cleaner than using soup water or water!!!. Finally, Archimedes marked a cunning plan to put the crown under water and measure the amount of water it moved out and this amount of water would be compared to the amount of water displaced if an equal mass of pure gold was submerged. While individuals are usually not aware of the ingredients that food contains, many people continue to have unhealthy eating habits.
It takes about 13-oz of salt half a standard cylindrical cardboard container in a little more than 3 liters of water to bring about the change. Based on what sorts of foods you're eating, you can get rapid weight reduction and still be healthy. The cans are the same size and they contain the same amount of liquid according to the label. The King had a doubt that the jeweler stole some of the gold he had given to him. Density the mass per unit of volume determines how much liquid is displaced. This is holds true for water above 4 degrees Celsius.
A large bucket with water filled to the middle will be easier if it was a see through bucket. Diet Coke is so named because it is an artificially sweetened, low calorie beverage, on average containing less than one calorie per 8 fl. Diet coke floats because Floating occurs because floating objects displace, or push aside, a certain amount of liquid. With the graduated cylinder, the average density is 0. The dependent variable is whether the can will float or sink in water.
But it makes a great anecdote for high school science teachers to tell their students I guess. I also learned the importance of reading the protocol and writing down all important information thoroughly in the lab manual prior to lab. Since this is in Dental Health: Diet Coke, like many cola beverages, contains several substances known to have a detrimental impact on dental health, such as citric acid, phosphoric acid, and caramel coloring, although this is not a complete list. Am I doing something wrong? To dissolve all the salt, you need to stir the water rather vigorously, for which you can use the large stirring rod. So even if it is the same amount of liquid, Regular Coke is denser, therefore heavier, and will sink to the bottom of the bucket while a Diet Coke will float. The next step is to determine its volume. 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.
Coca Cola's mass equals to 394, 000 kg or 394 g; Diet Coke's mass equals to 355, 200 kg or 355. I filled the sink with cold water and dropped in the cans. As a scientist, your next step then should be to get someone you know to perform the test of whether regular Coke sinks or as for you floats. My naive expectation would be that warming a can will cause it to expand, and therefore become less dense. Coke zero has no calories or sugars.
Diet Coke is the counterpart … to the Coca-Cola Company's flagship cola product, Coca-Cola now called Coca-Cola Classic after an unpopular attempt to release an improved flavor known as 'New Coke' in the late 1980s , originally invented by pharmacist John Stith Pemberton in 1886. Record the volume of the water in the cup. It was during the time of the Great Depression when the competition between these two products truly began. 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. They all give some benefit that the body requires.