Warm because proven fact the temperature will decrease the carbonation because of the heat.
I did this for a science fair project
5/5 people I tested said the hotter temperature one tasted more flat
It loses carbonation faster at warm temperatures.
It is best at cold temperatures that's why we put it on ice. Hot makes it lose its carbonation
Soda lose its carbonation faster at hot temperature because as temperature increases the dissolved c02 in the soda will bubble out and release.
Hotter Temperature because the carbons of hotter temperatures are interactively moving and colder temperatures are settled in a place.
Soda lost its carbon faster when they were put in a hot place.
It loses its carbonation at hot temperatures?
Soda loses carbonation faster I hotter temperatures
The answer is in hot temperatures I was having trouble before on my experiment but found the answer is in hot temperature
It loses its carbonation fastest when it is in a hot area..
Hot temperatures because when te soda is heated it loses its carbonation because the c02 bubbles up to the top and is released many others say cold but it isn't.
Yea because of the higher temperatures, it loses it faster in colder temperatures.
Cold temperatures cause a faster loss of carbonation in an open container of soda.
I believe it will be the hot temp
Hot temperatures definitely. I did a science experiment and it was hot temperature.
At hot temperatures, for sure
Hotter temperatures. That is why the keep soda at colder temperature so it will not be flat so fast.
I did this as an science fair project and it came out room temperature makes it lose carbonation faster cold just adds more!!! I need to know why though HELP ME!!!! I need to know by morning!!!!
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The answer is colder like in a refrigerator.
Figure it out yourself instead of asking us for homework help.
Trust me, Colder Temperatures make Soda lose the carbonation. Everytime I leave a bottle of soda out by the fridge, it stays carbonated pretty well, for about 3-4 days even after opening the bottle. Whenever my fiance' puts it in the fridge(Which she does a lot), it tastes like crap about 1 day and a half later. I had an old girlfriend show me this. I thought she was a loon, but after experimenting myself, I found it to be true. I don't care what the so-called "Experts" say. Cold soda is only good for smaller quantities, i.e:12Oz Cans, 20-Oz Bottles, or any other smaller increments.