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What's in the coke that stops an egg from bouncing ?
is it caffeine

  • karan -

    I don't know if your question is worded right.

    However, I suggest you make two bouncing eggs. Then put one in a some decaffeinated Coke and the other in regular Coke.

    Does the egg from either one still bounce?

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