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Watch how this balloon inflates when I mix 100 bags of pop rocks and a giant coca cola bottle! I jumped in to the 100 layer video challenges on youtube and decided to do a fun 100 layer science experiment by using 100 packs of pop rocks and putting it into soda..the coca cola has carbon dioxide which is released when the pop rocks are mixed into it the balloon inflates from the gas.. :)

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The candy is made by mixing its ingredients and heating them until they melt into a syrup, then exposing the mixture to pressurized carbon dioxide gas (about 600 pounds per square inch or 40 bar) and allowing it to cool. The process causes tiny high-pressure bubbles to be trapped inside the candy.[8] When placed in the mouth, coming into contact with saliva the candy breaks and dissolves, releasing the carbon dioxide from the bubbles, resulting in a popping and sizzling sound and leaving a slight tingling sensation. It also releases carbon dioxide when coming in contact with any liquid. The bubbles in the candy pieces can be viewed using a microscope.

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