Research Project Proposal

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Research Project  The effectiveness of sports drinks comparatively to water drinks. October 8, 2007 Tim Black Neil Dolan Adria Brooks Brian Redsun Parker Ashbaugh In this research project, two separate techniques will be employed to determine  the amount of carbohydrates and electrolytes in a sport drink sample. The main problem  being addressed is which rehydrates a person better, sports drinks such as Gatorade  and Poweraide, or water drinks such as Propel and Dasani Nutri Water. A common way  to test the ability to which a drink rehydrates someone, is to test the amounts of  carbohydrates and electrolytes in the drink. The recommended daily value of  carbohydrates is a total intake of 300 grams and a total of only 1.0 gram of Ca+. By  using two different laboratory techniques, the relative concentrations of glucose a,  carbohydrate, and Ca+, a electrolyte, can be found. The found concentrations can then 
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course CHEM 103B taught by Professor Keller during the Spring '08 term at Arizona.

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