Title

CO2 Production Using Yeast and Different Brands of Sugar

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC Ballroom C/D

Start Date

15-5-2014

End Date

15-5-2014

Keywords

Yeast, Sugar, Co2

Abstract

Ninth-grade students learned that yeast needs water, oxygen, and sugar to produce carbon dioxide. Tests have been done during class to see what ratio of sugar to yeast is needed to create the most carbon dioxide. Using that ratio, students used different brands of sugar to see which one will produce the most carbon dioxide. A comparison of sugar brands and carbon dioxide production is made.

Poster Number

19

Faculty Mentor(s)

Murphy, Jennifer

Additional Mentoring Department

K-12

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CO2 Production Using Yeast and Different Brands of Sugar

SURC Ballroom C/D

Ninth-grade students learned that yeast needs water, oxygen, and sugar to produce carbon dioxide. Tests have been done during class to see what ratio of sugar to yeast is needed to create the most carbon dioxide. Using that ratio, students used different brands of sugar to see which one will produce the most carbon dioxide. A comparison of sugar brands and carbon dioxide production is made.