We are arguing about what can explode A can of Red Bull. Hot temperature in a car, out it in a freezer, and shaking it. We can't decide on which one is right
Why are you guys arguing
Actually, all of those scenarios can make a can explode.
The temperature in this room is very high. This soda can have been in that room for around 25 minutes. The particles are moving faster causing evaporation and the particles are spacing out more. That is a phase change. If this keeps up the particles will become less attracted to each other and they will be pushing against the side of the can causing pressure. The pressure will explode the can from the sides.
Pressure is the force of one object pushing against another!!
The temperature in the Arctic is very low. The soda can in the iceberg has been in there for 25 minutes. The particles of the drink itself are starting to solidify and it is exceeding the can's carrying capacity. That is a phase change. A phase change is when one state of matter transforms into a different state of matter, for example, the liquid is going through a phase change, it is solidifying into a solid. Since a liquid doesn't have a fixed shape ]
This soda can is being shaken by John. Carbon Dioxide is in the soda and is being forced to be a liquid, usually, carbon dioxide is a gas. So because of this, there is a lot of pressure in the can because the liquid wants to turn into a gas. So when it is shaken some of the liquid turns into a gas and causes pressure to build up. Once there is to much pressure, the soda normaly blows out the top and fiz goes everywhere.
Energy Of Movement is happening because at first the particles within the can weren't moving and now that Rafi is shaking it, it is Kinetic Energy.