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SPS6

Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to explain the properties of solutions.

King of Pops

The “secret” to what makes the King of Pops pops so delicious isn’t actually a secret at all, as you’ll see in this episode. But the folks at this Atlanta-based company do put a lot of love into...

The Coca-Cola Company

If you’ve got an idea for the next great flavor of Coca-Cola but don’t know what to do with it, we’ve got you covered. We visit the world headquarters of The Coca-Cola Company in downtown Atlanta...

Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to explain the properties of solutions.

SPS6 a

Develop and use models to explain the properties (solute/solvent, conductivity, and concentration) of solutions.

The Coca-Cola Company

If you’ve got an idea for the next great flavor of Coca-Cola but don’t know what to do with it, we’ve got you covered. We visit the world headquarters of The Coca-Cola Company in downtown Atlanta...

SPS6 c

Analyze and interpret data from a solubility curve to determine the effect of temperature on solubility.

King of Pops

The “secret” to what makes the King of Pops pops so delicious isn’t actually a secret at all, as you’ll see in this episode. But the folks at this Atlanta-based company do put a lot of love into...

The Coca-Cola Company

If you’ve got an idea for the next great flavor of Coca-Cola, but don’t know what to do with it, we’ve got you covered. We visit the world headquarters of The Coca-Cola Company in downtown Atlanta, and talk with a few of their nearly 100,000 employees about what it takes to be one of the most recognized brands on the planet. It turns out those high school chemistry classes might come in handy.

King of Pops

The “secret” to what makes King of Pops pops so delicious isn’t actually a secret at all, as you’ll see in this episode. But do note that the folks at this Atlanta-based company put a lot of love into the making of their delicious treats. The owners themselves will give you the backstory of how King of Pops came to be, and why they have “fans” instead of customers.