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What happens to Vitamin C when exposed to air, heat, or cold? (DevonJoelle)

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by Mrs. Melland on 13 February 2013

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Transcript of What happens to Vitamin C when exposed to air, heat, or cold? (DevonJoelle)

Foundation Drive Phase 1 Phase 2 Results Core What do you think happens to Vitamin C when exposed to heat, air, and cold air? What happens if Vitamin C with heat, exposure to air, or to cold? Do you want to know how many drops it took us to get the results?
Heat: 20
Air: 11
Cold: 18
we thought differently,
Our Estimates,
Heat: 30
Air: 18
Cold: 12 Did you know, that Vitamin C is a water soluble?

I didn't



(Fun Fact, Huh?) Vitamin C is found in red berries, kiwi, red and green bell peppers, tomatoes, broccoli, spinach, and drinks made from guavo, grape fruit and orange.
(Too many fun facts!) Vitamin C is needed to form a collagen, a tissue that holds cells together.

And did you know, that it takes Vitamin C a day to dissolve?

(More?!) We did an experiment..
It took us 3 days.
Day 1: We set it up,
Day 2: We experimented but didn't finish
Day 3: We finished and wrote the results. Heat makes Vitamin C less effective. It is also the least stable of all vitamins.

(ANOTHER fun fact?!) We put these vitamin c bottles in,
For heat: Hot water bath
For cold air: Freezer
For exposure to air: Set on the counter over night
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