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  • Elementary School - Grades 4-6
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Test different drinks to find out their Vitamin C content. [P]
    Test the Vitamin C content of some common fruit and vegetable juices to find the most economic fruits and vegetables juices and to decide which cooking methods cause the greatest Vitamin C loss. [E] [P]
    Compare Vitamin C in various fruits and vegetables. [P]
    The Effect of Cooking Methods on Vitamin C in Potatoes [P]
    What is the effect of heat on vitamin C? [P]
    Middle School - Grades 7-9
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Do Oranges Lose or Gain Vitamin C After Being Picked? [E]
    Determine whether the amount of vitamin C in oranges decreases after the fruit is picked. [E]
    Vitamin C Content: Analysis of Food by Titration [E]
    Which One Has More Vitamin C, Freshly Picked and Squeezed or Store Bought Orange Juice? [E]
    The Effects of Vitamin C on Oxidation in Apples [E]
    Does the Type of Container Affect the Amount of Vitamin C in Orange Juice? [E]
    Find out if vitamin C in orange juice is affected by the oxygen in the air. [E]
    Do Different Types and Brands of Orange Juice Contain the Same Amount of Vitamin C? [E]
    Vitamin C Content: Analysis of Food (Fruit and Vegetable Juices) by Titration [E]
    Determine what color bell pepper (red, yellow, green) contains the greatest amount of vitamin C concentrate. [E]
    Determine which of the three cooking methods, boiling, steaming, or microwaving, preserves the most vitamin C in broccoli. [E]
    Vitamin C in fruits and vegetables [E] [E] [E] [E] [P] [P]
    The effect of light on the vitamin C content of juice [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [E]
    The effect of temperature on vitamin C in orange juice [E] [E] [E] [E] [E]
    Test how the vitamin C content in citrus fruits changes when put in storage at room temperature (68 degrees). [E]
    High School - Grades 10-12
    P=Project   E=Experiment
    Which Orange Juice Has the Most Vitamin C? [E]
    Cooking methods that preserve a food’s naturally occurring nutrients with a focus on vitamin C. [P]
    Which Orange Juice Has the Most Vitamin C? [E]
    The Effect of Temperature on the Decay of Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) [E]
    Do different types of orange juice contain the same amount of vitamin C?" [E]
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