The Concordia College Journal of Analytical Chemistry – Volume 2 – 2011

Title

Author(s)

Pages

Analysis of dextromethorphan, guaifenesin, benzoate, and saccharin in cough syrup using high-performance liquid chromatography

Adwoa Adjekum and Redeat Kebede

1-5

Determination of chloride and phosphate in sports drinks by ion chromatography

Jordan Bosche and Mike Connelly

6-11

Determining the concentrations of potassium, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus in Blue Grama and Big Bluestem using ICP-AES

Amber Chevalier and Anna Stasko

12-16

Simultaneous determination of caffeine and theobromine in local area coffee brews

Kyle Czech, Alex Johnson, and Nathan Rodeberg

17-22

Determination of chloride, chlorite, chlorate and bromate in pool water samples by ion chromatography

Natalie Dillemuth

23-30

Determination of the concentration of caffeine, theobromine, and gallic acid in commercial tea samples

Janna Erickson

31-35

Developing a method to quantify the amount of ethanol in gasoline through gas chromatography – mass spectroscopy

André Généreux and John Head

36-43

Quantifying Vitamin E in vegetable oils with reversed-phase high performance liquid chromatography

Brock Goossens and Joe Marion

44-50

The determination of boron, iron, magnesium and zinc in fertilizers using ICP-AES

Bradley Hagan and Kathryn Howard

51-57

Determination of D-glucose in human blood serum using HPLC-PED

Jamie Odden

58-66

Determination of Zn2+ in Zicam and multivitamins using inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy

Torey Prahl

67-72

Simultaneous determination of aspartame, benzoic acid, caffeine, and saccharin in sugar-free beverages using HPLC

Mackenzie Ree and Erik Stoa

73-77

HPLC determination of α- and β-acids in hops

Adam Sahlstrom and Stephen Rostad

78-83

Determination of caffeine and vitamin B6 in energy drinks by high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)

Kristiana Sather and Teresa Vernig

84-91

This journal is for the dissemination of class projects completed by analytical chemistry students at Concordia College in Moorhead, MN.  The work has not been subjected to a formal peer review process and should not be treated as such.  For more information please contact Prof. Mark Jensen.