Maggie ReadGT ID: 902487508HPS 10405/ 31/12The Campus Coffee Shop: Caffeine Conundrums, Part 11.Three commons foods or drinks that are sources of caffeine are Coca-Cola, coffeeand chocolate. Coca-Cola has 34 milligrams of caffeine per can, coffee hasaround 100 milligrams of caffeine per cup, and one chocolate bar has tenmilligrams or less of caffeine. 2.The molecular formula for Caffeine is C8H10N4O2. It belongs to the class ofchemicals called methylxanthines. It’s chemical structure is 3.Caffeine is a common stimulant that can provide a quick burst of energy whenyou take it, making you feel more alert. It can also have one of many possiblephysiological implications, including trouble sleeping, dependency, dehydration,and potentially beneficial symptoms like improved endurance. Caffeine is alsosaid to lower your overall risk of cancer. 4.