Colorimetric Determination of the Concentration of Blue Food Coloring in Sport Drinks
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Seventh graders determine the amount of blue food coloring in sports drinks and plot the concentration and absorbance data. They summarize the data and determine why companies need to know the amount of chemicals in their products.
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