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What are the dimensions of a soda can?

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A standard soda can is 4.83 inches high, with a diameter of 2.13 inches across the top and 2.6 inches at the widest point of the body. Standard soda cans in the United States contain 12 ounces of a beverage.

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What are the dimensions of a soda can?
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Soda cans all over the world come in different sizes, and manufacturers produce cans to accommodate local preferences or the production requirements for various beverages. The height of a 150-milliliter soda can, one of the smallest soda can sizes, is 3.48 inches, with a diameter of 1.97 inches on the end and 2.1 inches at the widest point of the body. Some of the largest beverage cans contain 1 liter of soda; these cans are 8.06 inches high, with a diameter of 2.44 inches along the end and 3.32 inches at the body of the can.

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