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Testing the pH of Soft Drinks
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Science Scope Volume 28, Number 8, ISSN 0887-2376

Abstract

In this article, the authors describe how to use a TI-73/83/84 graphing calculator and Vernier's LabPro/CBL2 probe system to take pH readings. This is not an endorsement of these products, but simply the authors' attempt to give readers an idea of what is involved in using this technology in the classroom. This activity can be accomplished using a variety of probe ware connected to a laptop, desktop, or PDA. The activity can easily be adapted to whatever hardware one has on hand.

Citation

Christmann, E.P. & Holy, A.J. (2005). Testing the pH of Soft Drinks. Science Scope, 28(8), 54-55. Retrieved January 19, 2020 from .

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