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Red Cabbage Indicator Jiffy Juice Kit
This juice contains concentrated red cabbage to test the levels of pH in things around your house, like laundry detergent and soda pop.
The red cabbage indicator solution can be used over and over again, providing hands-on learning about acids and bases. A pH chart is included, as well as instructions that explain acid and base, pH level, and anthocyanin contained in red cabbage. You will need a few household items: small cups or containers and items to test (baking soda, laundry detergent, vinegar, soda pop). Just mix up the instant powder with water to make the Jiffy Juice. Ages 9 & up.
Science Fair Project Ideas:
- 20 g red cabbage juice powder
- Plastic beaker
- Small scoop
- pH chart
- Instruction sheet
- Test levels of pH in different kinds of soap and detergent. Based
on this, which one would be most effective at getting rid of dirt and/or
- Make different concentrations of jiffy juice to see which works the
best. You could even try making your own pH test from red cabbage, and
compare the results to the concentrated juice in this kit.
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- Thursday, January 03, 2013phenol red substituteReviewed By: Melody
We used 15 ml of Jiffy Juice in place of phenol red in the LEGO atoms and Molecules: Chemical Reactions produced by Vandiver and MIT. We got a change from purple to blue greens with the baking soda and a change from purple to pink with the chemical reaction from baking soda and CaCl2. Jiffy Juice let my kids instantly see that a chemical change was happening.
- Monday, November 05, 2012Exactly what I wantedReviewed By: Gwen Wood
Worked great for color changing volcanoes. When added dry it doesn't look like the color will be dark enough, but when water is added the color is intense! The tiny scoop included with this product is the perfect size.
- Monday, October 24, 2011Easy to useReviewed By: Jill Mayfield
Easy to mix up and lasts for three days in the refrigerator. Changed color nicely. I used it for my grade school student's lab with ammonia and citric acid and my high school student's lab with sodium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid. Worked great in both to show which were acids and which were bases.
- Monday, May 17, 2010Great pH Indicator Reviewed By: Drake Kennedy
This is a great pH indicator. It is faster and easier they boiling the cabbage yourself. I used it in my class to demonstrate acid and bases and it also works as a good magic trick.