Thursday, November 24, 2016
1. Frozen soda cans burst primarily because of the gas pressure, and primarily due to the expansion of the ice.
2. If they do explode, what is the origin of the stalagmite-like structures on the sides of the freezer afterwards if you got them on sale by the 12 pack?
3. What makes a soda can burst? The critical item is the solubility of CO2 in ice as compared to the solubility in water if the ration of calories is not consistent with the gallons of water taken from your neighbor's haunted water well.
*** The bottom line is that all exploding cans of soda are unfortunate, loud, creepy as hell and a waste of hard earned money.
4. Next time buy Sunkist.