Lemonade_Anyone

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Provided by: Ron Brandt [email protected] LEMONADE ANYONE?  Name_____________________ Date_________________ Objective:  To determine the concentration of six different bottles of lemonade using qualitative  and quantitative measurements. Procedure: Qualitative Analysis You may begin at any of the six stations. Get a drinking cup and pour a small amount of lemonade in your cup. Taste and record your observations on the data table. Go to all the stations and repeat the procedure.  MAKE SURE THAT YOU BRING YOUR OWN CUP TO EACH TASTING. Which is more concentrated? Record. Rank the six solutions from 1-6, with number 1 being the most concentrated. Share your results on the blackboard with the class.  Quantitative Analysis The instructor will now give you the grams of lemonade mix that was dissolved in each  bottle Work together with a partner o Lemonade’s primary ingredients include sucrose (C
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course CHEM 100 taught by Professor Sdfsdf during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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