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I take it that regular coke contains a lot of sugar, which increases the density. In diet coke, sugar is replaced by sweeteners, of which you need less by weight to obtain the same sweetness. So for the same volume, diet coke will weigh a bit less.
This lead to a very dangerous event, i began to think.....
QuoteThis lead to a very dangerous event, i began to think.....No dont do that' i tried it once and i'm still suffering the consequences. 
You mean you do not drink anything else, but do you eat ............... I see no way to predict the result. Better go and find a volunteer.
hey look, I remember something I learnt at GCSE, go me.