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Lab 8 Mythbusting: Candy and Soda Go Boom? Date Performed: 06/28/2016 Julian Leon Date Submitted: 07/05/2016 1 / 8
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Lab 08 - Mythbusting: Candy and Soda Go Boom?: Lab 8 Mythbusting: Candy and Soda Go Boom? Leon, Julian Purpose The puropse of this experiment was to examine the possible harmful effects a combination of poprocks and soda could have on the human body. Poprocks is made with CO 2 gas, which causes it to have a reaction with soda. The experiment was divided in to two parts. The purpose of the first part was to determine the lethal dose of poprcks and soda. This was done by mixing 20 mL of 0.64 M HCL with 60 mL of soda. The HCL was used to imitate stomach acids. 0.5 g of poprocks was added to the solution and the solution was placed inside a side arm flask. A 100 mL graduated cylinder was submerged in a large contained of water. The cylinder was placed upside down and pulled up half way from the water. The cylinder was filled with water during the process. The rubber hose connected to the side arm flask was incerted inside the cylinder in order to calculate the volume of the gas released by the reaction. The purpose of the second part of the lab was to determine if there was a temperature change when consuming soda with poprocks. This was done by mixing 60 mL of soda, 20mL of 0.64 M HCl, and 0.5
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