Volcanoes form when magmas make their way to the Earth's surface and erupt. Volcanoes vary by type; cinder cones, stratovolcanoes or shield volcanos. The intensity of the eruption depends in part on the composition if the lava, and following, how much gas is contained within the melt and how viscous (reseitive to flow) the magma is upon reaching the Earth's surface. This episode demonstrates how the release of gas is an importance factor in the violence of a volcanic eruption through the classic baking soda-vinegar volcano, and a more modern analog with diet soft drinks.
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