Is the chemical substances i should take into account, in tea, juice and coke:
CaCO3 + H2CO3
CaCO3 + H2O + CO2 , would this be a correct formula? Thus CO2 is created,
And the more H2CO3 that reacts with the CaCO3 the more Co2 will be created, so if coke would create most CO2 it would surely be the worst for a "tooth" ?
Juice is also made up by 2 protonic Acid and will also create water and CO2. The more CO2 is created the more of the acid has reacted with the CaCO3
And with tea, i have no idea how to think.
1. Is my 2 thoughts on coke and juice correct?
2. How should i think "chemically" on tea?