Format: Demonstration / Activity
Category: Everyday Science
Keywords: dick zare, bubbles, science of champagne, science of sparkling wine, air pressure, opening a champagne bottle, condensation, fog, gases, carbonation, carbonated beverages, gravity, air resistance, drag force, terminal velocity, surface tension, carbon dioxide, equilibriu
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|0:54:40||Sweet Science: Candy! (Webcast)|
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|00:52:14||Sparkling Science: Champagne (Webcast)|
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