Comparative Study Gr. 7 Ssc of Oton

Topics: Coca-Cola, Soft drink, Carbonated water Pages: 9 (2516 words) Published: August 24, 2013
OTON NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
SPECIAL PROGRAM IN SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING
Oton, Iloilo
“Comparative study of the acidity of carbonated drinks”

Research Paper
Presented to
Ms. Rhoda Erdao

Presented by
Neo Johnbern Salcedo
Eunice Judewel Milanes
Kricia May Simba
Paula Grace Cadic
SPECIAL PROGRAM IN SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING
J.P. Laurel Street, Oton, Iloilo, Philippines

Acknowledgement

First of all the researchers would like to thank God for giving us the strength and the opportunity to finish this study in the given time and the guidance in all times. To our Parents, we would like thank for giving us the support as well as our financial needs. To Mrs. Judith Milanes, we would like to thank for the venue where the researchers conducted their study. To Ms. Rhoda Erdao, the researchers would like to thank her, for assisting the researchers study and for correcting our errors. To Ms. Cairene Jean Monsale, we would like to thank for giving the researchers an idea for this study. Lastly, to the friends of the researchers who are Steve Turita, Nelva Joy Calanza, Kriza Nino whom gave moral support.

Researchers

ABSTRACT
Carbonated drinks are very common to us. Now a day’s lots of people are fond of drinking of soft drink even in our daily work like in schools or even inside of our homes we admit that we are drinking soft drinks. This study wants to know the acidity of carbonated drinks and also to know the acidity of the different kinds of carbonated drinks and also to the benefit of community that will help mostly the parents to know of what are the less acidic carbonated drinks. To determine the acidity of the different carbonated drinks, the researchers used Yellow bell extract as the (indicator) to test the acidity of the different carbonated drinks and a litmus paper. The results prove that the set up A has the highest acidity level than the set up B and C carbonated drinks. When the yellow bell indicator was applied to each transparent plastic cups, containing different carbonated drinks. The results are set up A has dark red color. Set up B has pale red and Set up C has red orange. Therefore the researcher concludes the advantage of consuming less acidic carbonated products will lessen the acid on human body.

Table of Contents
Chapter
1- Introduction Of the Study
Background of the Study
Statement of the Problem
Hypothesis
Significance of the Study
Scopes and Limitation

2- Review of Related Literature
Coke
Sprite
Mirinda

3- Methodology
Materials
Procedures
Schematic Diagram

4- Results and Discussion
Results
Analysis

5- Summary, Conclusion and Recommendation

Bibliography

Part I
Introduction to the study

Background of the Study
Carbonated drinks are very common to us. Now a day lots of people are fond of drinking soft drinks. Every day of our lives or even in our daily work, like in schools, or even inside of our own houses we admit that we are drinking soft drinks. Others think that soft drinks are good to our body, but on the other hand we didn’t know that it has a bad effect’s to our body. The most common soft drink that people are drinking is coke. In this study the researchers will use a coke as a sample of carbonated drink. Coke is a fuel with few impurities and high carbon content, usually made from coal. Cokes made from coal are grey, hard and porous. The form of coke is known as petroleum coke, or pet coke, is derived from oil refinery coke units or other cracking processes. The yellow bell extract or the Allamanda Cathartica also known as yellow bell, golden trumpet or buttercup flower, is a genus of tropical shrubs or vines belonging to the dogbane family (aponacynaceae), this will be the extract (indicator) that the researchers will going to use. To determine the acidity of the different carbonated drinks, the researchers will going to use a Yellow bell extract as the (indicator) to test the acidity...

Bibliography: www.google.com.ph
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coke
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sprite
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mirinda
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellowbell
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CarbonatedDrinks
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