Glucose in Carbonated Beverage

Detection of Glucose in a Carbonated Beverage Experiment Kit 990-00463

In this experiment students learn about the main components of a biosensor by making their own biosensor and using it to detect glucose. Students use both the calibration curve and standard addition methods to determine the amount of glucose contained in a common carbonated beverage. Students then compare their results between each method, as well as the results of the class.

What You Get

Included in this kit: 930-00015 Ag/AgCl Reference Electrode (Qty:1); 932-00003 Platinum Working Electrode (Qty:1); 990-00193 Dr. Bob Cell Kit (Qty: 1); 990-00195 Polishing Kit (Qty:1); 988-00058 Detection of Glucose in a Carbonated Beverage Student Manual (Qty:20)

Detection of Glucose in a Carbonated Beverage Experiment Kit

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What’s Included

930-00015 Ag|AgCl Reference Electrode
990-00193 Dr. Bob Cell Kit
990-00193 Dr. Bob Cell Kit
932-00003 Platinum Working Electrode (Qty:1)
932-00003 Platinum Working Electrode
990-00195 Electrode Polishing Kit
Detection of Glucose in a Carbonated Beverage Experiment Student Manual
988-00058 Student Manual