Advanced PlacementCollege / Chemistry

How Much Acid is in Your Fruit Juice?

Students use titration and a pH sensor to study the organic acid content of fruit juices.

This lab reintroduces students to the concept of pH and how to calculate hydronium ion concentrations of various weak organic acids contained in common fruit juices.

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Standards Correlations

IB Topics AP Topics
18.1; 18.4 SPQ-4.B; SPQ-4.A

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Wireless Drop Counter

Wireless Drop Counter

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pH Sensor

Wireless pH Sensor

Here’s the best tool for measuring pH since litmus paper. The Wireless pH Sensor connects via Bluetooth® to monitor the pH of solutions.

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Source: Lab #04

Advanced Chemistry through Inquiry

How Much Acid is in Your Fruit Juice?