Subject: why does dr. pepper use both citric acid and phosphoric acid?
Date: Sun May 23 16:57:17 1999
Posted by brian merriam
Grade level: 10-12
School: jamesville dewitt high school
City: jamesville State/Province: ny
Area of science: Chemistry
we discussed why cola products use phosphoric acid to lower the pH of the drink
to meet fda regulations in chemistry class.if citric acid is used simply as a
weaker agent to lower pH in lower levels in other soft drinks then why are both
phosphoric and citric acids used in dr. pepper?
Re: why does dr. pepper use both citric acid and phosphoric acid?
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