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What is the theoretical BOD of 1 liter of Coca-Cola. Assume all carbohydrates/sugars are sucrose. (Hint: use the Internet to find a label or look at a can. Be careful with serving size (i.e. sucrose per liter). Finally, assume complete reaction with oxygen.
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