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Can anyone help me to find a method by which I can measure the concentration of caffeine?

Asked by arjen22 (40 points ) October 25th, 2011

I want to provide an experiment by measuring the concentration of coffee in 3 different ways of preparing the coffee.(filter, instant, cooked coffee). I know for spectrophotometry and liquid chromatography but these methods are not available to me. Is there any other method?

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Seek's avatar

So, I’m guessing measuring the soapiness of soap didn’t work out, and now you’re looking for the “coffee-ness” of coffee?

Is what you really need help coming up with a Science Fair project or something?

escapadesofapoet's avatar

Uhm…if you cant do chomotography or spectrophotometry or some sort of testing. The really there are no ways except taste method. You could do a taste test with some coffee lovers. But the soap idea is better honestly. Message me for some more ideas how we can do the soap one.

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