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Orange Juice Titration Kit

Orange Juice Titration Kit

Price: $119.95
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"It required instruments that we don't have at home, being able to purchase these for the experiment in a kit made this a great way to obtain the necessary elements to complete this experiment."
-Parent, Midlothian, VA

Kit Contents

1 Cheesecloth, 18" x 18" 
1 Vitamin C tablets (250 mg), pack/5
1 Goggles, Chemical Splash, ANSI Certified
1 Lab apron, rubberized
1 Lugol's iodine solution, 30 mL
1 Soluble starch, 30 g
1 Funnel, small, plastic
1 50 mL graduated cylinder, poly
1 500 mL graduated cylinder, poly
1 50 mL Ehrlenmeyer flask, glass
1 50 mL burette, acrylic
1 Ring stand, 4x6 base, 18 inch rod
1 Buret clamp, Lincoln style
2 Plastic eyedropper 
1 Measuring scoop
2 Glass bottle, 8 oz, amber
1 Beaker, glass, 100 mL
2 Nitrile gloves, standard, pair
1 MSDS Sheets

Printed instructions are not included with the science kit. Project directions are available online.

You will also need from home:
Depending on the titration being done, masking tape, a permanent marker, orange juice, oranges and/or other produce are needed. Please consult the instructions for each project for a complete list of additional materials.

Product Description

Project Length: 1-2 weeks
Project Difficulty: Advanced
Project Instructions: Titration Projects

Freshly squeeze or frozen? Do all orange juices have the same amount of Vitamin C? Does the Vitamin C in a fruit or vegetable change over time? How do different fruits and vegetables (like orange, potatoes, and bell peppers) compare in terms of Vitamin C? With this kit, students can explore these questions and learn the basics of titration, a common lab technique in chemistry. The kit contains the specialty laboratory equipment (e.g., burette, graduated cylinders, flasks) needed for titration, as well as the chemicals needed to do one of several Vitamin C-related science projects at Science Buddies. This is the perfect kit for an aspiring chemist interested in trying his or her hand at real-world chemistry!

For troubleshooting tips please read our Titration Tutorial and the FAQ section of each project.