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Orange Juice Vs. Vitamin Water

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Veronica Joaquin

on 20 February 2013

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Orange Juice Vs Vitamin Water Which one has the most electrolytes? Purpose Just some fun facts :) Hypothesis - 6 copper strips
-3 alligator clips
-natural orange juice (room temperature)
-vitamin water
-2 glasses
-multimeter
- 9v Battery Materials The purpose of the this project is to determine which drink has the most electrolytes. Electrolytes help us
regulate our nerve and
muscle function, our
body's hydration, blood
pH, blood tissue, and
helps repair damage
tissue Oranges are known for its great source of vitamin C and their electrolytes. Oranges are a great way to restore your electrolytes especially after a cold or working out. Vitamin water is just
sugar water with chemically synthesized vitamins. With that, I hypothesized that orange juice will be the drink that contains the most electrolytes. Procedure - You are going for all natural so freshly squeeze oranges.
-Begin to create a circuit, attach all materials together like in the picture below. -Then turn on your multimeter and allow the current to flow.
-Repeat this about three times for each drink, but be sure for each trial; take out the sensor from the substance, dry the sensor, and then place it back into the solution.
-write down the results in volts
-calculate the average. Data and Results Orange juice produced an average of 0.43 V and vitamin water produced an average of 0.25 V. Conclusion Based on the results, my hypothesis was supported. In my results it states that orange juice produced more voltage than vitamin water. References - Canada science and technology museum(2012) Background information for electricity. Canada Science and technology museum. retrieved November 11, 2012. http://www.sciencetech.technomuses.ca/english/schoolzone/Info_Electricity.cfm

-Dugdale. (September 20, 2011). Electrolyte. Medline Plus. Retrieved November 15, 2012. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002350.htm

- Nordqvist. (June 9, 2009). What are Electrolytes?. Medical News Today. Retrieved November 16, 2012. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/153188.php

- McAllister. (August 24, 2011). Electrolytes in Oranges. LiveStrong. Retrieved November 16, 2012. http://www.livestrong.com/article/525395-electrolytes-in-oranges/

- Playscello. (August 17, 2007) The truth about Vitamin Water. Fit Sugar. Retrieved November 17, 2012. http://healthy-eating.fitsugar.com/Truth-About-Vitamin-Water-541747
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