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Why there have bubble in beer

by alnywk
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Sep23-06, 10:32 PM
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why there have bubble in beer,
what the pathway do the bubbles go in pv diagram

my idea :

assume temperature is constant
pressure in the bottom is higher than the suface
so the bubbles size increase

then where the energy come from????
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Sep23-06, 10:46 PM
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is this action violate the first law of thermodynamics??
how about if you shake the beer, is it mean you input the energy into the system , then do it violate the 1st of thermodynamic?
Sep24-06, 07:58 AM
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Run a Google search on "carbonation" and "beer" and you will find out all you need to know about how these bubbles seem to appear from nowhere.

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