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Champagne Bubble Mystery Solved
Oct 23, 2006 in
I could never stomach the stuff, the taste always reminded me of soap water... Now that this mystery is solved maybe they will go on to something useful... hehe
"Fibers entrap a tiny air pocket when Champagne is poured," said physicist Gerard Liger-Belair. "Then, this tiny air pocket literally sucks the [dissolved] carbon dioxide."
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