Asked by: Hermela Pariasasked in category: General Last Updated: 24th April, 2020
What is carbonated lemonade?
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Keeping this in consideration, why is my lemonade carbonated?
Lemon juice is an acid. When you add the two together, aN acid-base reaction happens. The reaction gives off carbon dioxide, which produces bubbles.
Similarly, what is lemonade called in England? In the UK, lemonade is the stuff that's in the answer. It's a bit like Sprite or 7-up, it's clear and it doesn't contain any lemons. I don't think the other sort of lemonade exists in Britain. The closest is lime cordial, which is (mostly) lime juice and sugar and is diluted with water.
In this way, is there carbonation in lemonade?
In the U.S., lemonade is a drink made from lemons, sugar, and water. No carbonation.
What is the difference between lemonade and Sprite?
Lemonade is made from lemons in water. Usually with something to make it sweet. Sprite is a bunch of chemicals designed to make a drink taste lemon and lime flavored. Nothing in sprite is real.