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Old 12-25-2008, 10:53 AM
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Originally Posted by awesome dude View Post
can the vitamin C indicator solution be used to detect different levels of vitamin c in orange juice??
Probably not. Patients who have intravenous vitamin C can use a blood test to measure blood serum levels. But I haven't heard of a simple Vitamin C test like one you're asking for.

You can try to measure something that correlates with the amount of Vitamin C. For example, Vitamin C is acidic, so you could try to find out how the levels of Vitamin C correlate with the pH. pH strips are cheap and easy to buy.
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