What chemical compounds are in Coca-Cola?

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The chemical compounds that are in coca cola include, phosphoric acid, fructose, carbon dioxide and caffeine. Coca-Cola comes from cinnamon with a few amounts of lime, orange, lemon and nutmeg.
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Phosphoric acid.
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The most common ingredients in Coca Cola and other soft drinks are water and high fructose corn syrup. Other ingredients include food coloring and artificial flavorings.
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No such thing as a chemical formula for Coca Cola. Chemical formulas are H2O and C6H12O6. Coca Cola is a mixture of many different compounds. Source(s) ChemTeam.
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