Answer to Question #73169 in Other Physics for Adnan Rafi
Why does fog appear just after opening a bottle of a cold drink?
When you open a bottle of a carbonated drink, the air is released. Whenever pressure drops, temperature also drops. Whenever temperature drops, the amount of moisture that the air can hold also drops. Whenever the amount of moisture that the air can hold drops, droplets of water condense out of the air. That's the "fog" that you see (some of it is from the suddenly cooler air that came out of the bottle, some of it is the warm outside air getting cooled by the air from inside the bottle, and shedding its water).
I’ve used Assignment Expert twice now, and I’m a full fledged fan. This morning I had a crunching 7 hour deadline for a huge programming assignment I forgot was due, and turned to them for help. The estimate was affordable and easy to pay for through PayPal. Shortly after, an expert got to work on the problem at hand. The operator was in constant contact with me throughout the entire process, and everything went quickly and smoothly. After looking through the assignment, I was happy to find that everything ran very smoothly, and no shortcuts were taken/no requirements were omitted. I wish I could say more about this service. It’s truly a game changer and has saved my back more than once now.