I think that this is because the company may have wanted miranda to be more gassy and put more carbon dioxide in or the acidic substance of oranges in miranda reacted stronger with the carbon dioxide. However there is a high possibility that our first test for miranda may have a couple of mistakes made since it was a large amount further than its other results(1st test: 3m, 2nd & 3rd test: 1.5m). This may be because we have shaken it too long, measured the results incorrectly, opened the can differently, changed the angle accidentally or since different people were shaking the can… Our method uses measuring distance to find out how well each soda propelled.Our strengths and limits in this method include many things. Strengths include it is accurately measuring the how well the gas and liquid has been propelled, is mostly safe and easy to gather results. The limitations include a large amount like: unable to tell which soda mark is which on the ground, not having the ability to know we are shaking at the same force, not having the most accurate measurer and tool, not able to stop at just the right time, not fully opening the
Jams are made of crushed fruits which are cooked with pectin, sugar [and maybe lemon juice to change the pH and cause the jam to become more solid] until the mixture thickens to spreadable consistency. In the lab, we made jam using 500 ml of each high-pectin fruit ingredient, about 20 ml of lemon juice to balance the flavour and cause the pectin to gel, and 500ml of sugar. Jellies are clear and gel-like. The fruits are cooked and the juice only is used to make jelly. The juice is boiled with sugar, pectin may be added, then it is allowed to set.
My hypothesis was correct because Diet Pepsi has the least amount of soda left in the bottle of the explosion out of Coke, Root Beer, Fanta, and Soda water. According to the data table Diet Pepsi had the smallest amount of soda left in the bottle, it had 620 mL left. I think my hypothesis was correct because like stated in the hypothesis, Diet Pepsi contains potassium benzoate, aspartame, and the carbonation which react to mentos. Specifically, the tiny pores in the mentos which helps the geyser form. Though, the other sodas tested contained carbonation, potassium benzoate and aspartame, have a role in the reaction to the
This experiment has shown that out of the four sodas and two iced teas tested the most accurate reading according to the labels found on the sodas and iced tea bottles was for Fanta grape. Coke, sprite, crème soda, raspberry flavour iced tea and peach flavour iced tea showed a slightly higher level of grams of sugar per 250ml than what is printed on their labels Conclusion: Based on the results obtained over the three experiments performed we can conclude that there are in fact different amounts of sugar present in various sodas and iced teas and that the information provided on the labels of sodas and iced teas does not appear to be 100% accurate. Relevance: Based on the results of this experiment I believe people should carefully read labels of products that they buy as we are not always aware of the negative health effects that products like sodas and iced teas can have on us. Bibliography: http://www.education.com/science-fair/article/measuring-sugar-in-soda/ http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project_ideas/FoodSci_p056.shtml
This could of happened because we might not have pressed all the petrol out of the chips and so as a result someof the petrol might have been left in the chips. Another thing is that not exactly 10g of chips might have been weighed out. Salt in popcorn: The expected salt content in 10g of popcorn was said to be 0.17 and we got 0.32 g which is a bit more than the expected amount. This could of happened because a bit more than 10 g of popcorn was added, someone with sweaty hands might have added extra bodily salts to the popcorn, or not all the water was squeezed out of the popcorn. Conclusion: In conclusion we did experiments to find out the salt and fat content in 10g of popcorn/chips.
A well known example of this plant is the coffee bean. Thus, to calculate the caffeine content of soft drinks, we may use the process of HPLC. And as we define HPLC (High performance liquid chromatography) and formerly known as high pressure liquid chromatography, is a classical quantitative analysis method by which we use pump in a pressurized liquid to extract the mixture and get the sample of caffeine content of soft drinks. Through this method we will able to analyze the caffeine contain. There are disadvantage and advantage of having caffeine in soft drinks by ingesting it.
I think it’s time that people finally got the answer that could change their lives. The average twenty ounce soda has about twenty two packets of sugar in it. As a matter of fact, liquid sugar is less healthy than solid sugar. Liquid sugars confuse your brain, and tell it, it’s okay to eat more food instead of cutting back. So, drinking soda makes you even hungrier/ thirstier.
of the sugar in the green compact was dissolved in water. When the percentage of the dissolved sugar exceeded 70% wt. inadequate or discontinuous carbon coating on the Al-foam was observed. When the percentage of the dissolved sugar was less than 60% wt. then partial collapse of the foam structure was
How does the density compare between diet and regular Coke? They compared to each other in different numbers including, that both the sodas floated. This happened because the density of them were both low enough to stay at the top of the water which resulted in numbers at 1.25g/mL for the regular Coke, and 1g/mL for the Diet Coke.
Comparing that to a 6 ounce cup of coffee which contains roughly 100mg of caffeine you may begin to see the dangerous effects that some energy drinks can have on your body over time, especially your heart. More popular products such as Red Bull do not contain such high levels of caffeine as you might think. You'll find that they are comparable to a single cup of coffee. However, caffeine is not the main problem with most popular energy drinks. Main problem is that they usually contain a very poor combination of ingredients that do not complement each other.
The film Fed Up was based around the idea that all calories are not equal. If consumers followed the statement ‘calories in equals calories out,’ Americans would not be getting overweight because they could properly work off the calories they ate. People in this film were trying to persuade viewers that the calorie’s you consumed does not always equal the calories you burn off. For example, a 12oz coke, which has 160 calories, takes at least 1 hour and 15 minutes of biking to burn off. On the other hand, 160 calories of almonds does not nearly take as long to burn off.