Recommended for High School.
Soft drinks are somewhat acidic. Along with “carbonation” (carbonic acid), many soft drinks contain citric acid and/or phosphoric acid. Fruits and fruit juices also contain acids, such as citric acid (oranges and other citrus fruits), tartaric acid (grapes), or malic acid (apples).
The objective of this investigation is to choose a soft drink and/or a fruit juice and determine its acid concentration. Depending on the beverage that you test, it may also be possible to identify the acid, or acids, that are present in the beverage.
Sensors and Equipment
This experiment features the following Vernier sensors and equipment.
You may also need an interface and software for data collection. What do I need for data collection?
No standards correlations for this experiment.