Develop an experiment with the purpose of identifying the presence of Vitamin C in juice. Identify if the commercial orange juice contains Vitamin C. Vitamin C, also known as L ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin that is naturally present in some foods, added to others, and available as a dietary supplement. Humans, unlike most animals, are unable to synthesize Vitamin C endogenously, so it is an essential dietary component. Insufficient Vitamin C can lead to scurvy. Biosynthesis Collagen Synthesis of Neurotransmitt ers Metabolism of Proteins Antioxidant Food Dietary Supplements For this experiment, we will test the presence of Vitamin C in comercial orange juices that claim to contain it. We will be using an indicator made out of starch and iodine. Iodine and Starch are able to oxidize the Vitamin C and as result form a blue or dark color complex, that can serve as an indicator for the presence of Vitamin C in juice. Materials 1.Beakers 2.Iodine 3.Starch solution 4.75ml of Water 1. Add a table spoon of the starch solution to 75 ml of water. 2. Add Iodine until it becomes a dark blue solution. 3. Add one table spoon of the indicator into two separate beakers. 4. Add one table spoon of juice to the previously prepared beakers. 5. Identify the dark color of the indicator if it persists that means the juice contains Vitamin C. Do comercial brand juices contain Vitamin C? Write your own hypothesis.