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i thought so but then i was thinking of mentos in diet coke when that word came to mind. but yes it is cavitation.
it should work with any bottle given the hit is done well. i've never done this personally however i've seen it done with beer bottles. I reference Myth Busters
you can fill the bottle with water after you drink it. the effect is due to a vacuum cavity that is formed at the bottom of the bottle between the liquid and the glass during the impact. the water which does not compress or decompress well moves to fill the void at a much greater velocity then which it was created and the force of this is what blows out the bottom of the bottle
it is? i thought for sure i entered that when i posted i checked the box.
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