Subject: How does titration work?
Date: Tue Jan 2 16:20:56 2001
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Area of science: Biochemistry
I am a scince student in grade 11 who is wondering if titration would work
to determine the amounts of organic substances present in pop(ie sugar,
fat, caffine, etc.) I am aware that testing known substances and then
forming a colour scale would work to determine an approximate amount, but
would titration (or any other method) give me more exact results? Any
help would be greatly appreciated.
Re: How does titration work?
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