CHEM-C127 Calcium in Milk and OJ Notes
CHEM-C127 Calcium in Milk and OJ Notes Chemistry C127
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Date Created: 03/25/16
C127 Lecture 9 Notes- Calcium Content of Milk and Orange Juice 3-24-16 Learning Goals o Use titration to determine quantity of a species in aqueous solution o Properly use/read a buret o Be able to use parts per million (ppm) as unit of concentration o Be able to use pCa for concentration Recall from milk lab: calcium and phosphate ions not precipitated o Other methods can be applied to species in solution Titrations- using chemical reaction between 2 species and stoichiometry of the reaction to determine a concentration (pH) +2 −4 −2 o
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