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Year 11: Food Science Coursework. Course work 1) Introduction / Vocational Application 2) PlanningTitle: Date: Aim: Apparatus: and Method: - Test 1, Test.

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1 Year 11: Food Science Coursework

2 Course work 1) Introduction / Vocational Application 2) PlanningTitle: Date: Aim: Apparatus: and Method: - Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, Test 4 Risk assessment:- Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, Test 4 Results: (Blank table)- Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, Test 4 Prediction:- Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, Test 4 3) Obtaining results Results: - Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, Test 4 Graphs - Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, Test 4 Conclusion: - Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, Test 4 4) Evaluating Evaluation:- Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, Test 4 Extension:- Test 1, Test 2, Test 3, Test 4 Reference Page

3 Type of Juice Weight of the beaker (g) Weight of juice and beaker before (g) Weight of juice and beaker after (g) % of water content Orange (Smooth) Pineapple Apple Tomato Test 1 : Water (moisture) Content

4 Type of Juice Volume of Juice (g) Weight of filter paper before (g) Weight of filter paper after (g) % of suspended matter Orange (Bits) Orange (Smooth) Pineapple Apple Tomato Test 2 : Suspended Matter Content

5 1ml of DCPIP solution Count the number of drops of fruit juice that you add to discolour the DCPIP Pineapple AppleOrangeGrapefruit The DCPIP Test Method Method Test 3 : Vitamin C Content

6 Type of Juice Number of Drops 1 Number of Drops 2 Number of Drops 3 Number of Drops Average Orange (Bits) Orange (Smooth) Pineapple Apple Tomato Test 3 : Vitamin C Content

7 Type of Juice Volume of Juice Added (cm 3 ) 1 Volume of Juice Added (cm 3 ) 2 Volume of Juice Added (cm 3 ) 3 Average Volume of Juice Added (cm 3 ) Orange (Bits) Orange (Smooth) Pineapple Apple Tomato Test 4 : Acidity Content

8 2)Obtaining Evidence Table of Results, accurate and repeated if possible. 3)Analysing Evidence - Summarise the pattern in your results table and graph(s) in words, starting with an er:er statement (e.g. The hotter the temperature the quieter the students). - Compare with your prediction. - Now explain why? using science keywords and your understanding. Use references if relevant. 4)Evaluating Evidence - How good was your experiment? Any anomalous results? - What would you change? - What would you what to find out next? - How does this relate to world of business/work?

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