At first I was intending to investigate the effects of vinegar of various kinds on human health, since it is a very open-ended topic I can work with. In accordance to this purpose, I calculated their enthalpy changes of neutralization with 1mol NaOH and conductivity WITHOUT DEALING W/ ANYTHING ON THE PH, following the path of "CH3COONa formed after the reaction affecs the strenght of the acid in X way and therefore changes the blood pH slightly/tremendously in large amounts blah blah blah". I haven't even started and it's due in 2 days lmao so I might add a bit more perspective than just blood. It's safe to procrastinate here, right?
However, I'm concerned that it would be a terrible idea to involve Biology in my Chemistry extended essay, as it means it's chemistry AND biology now. Do you think I should keep the topic the way it is, or would it be a better idea to focus on the changes in vinegar properties instead? My EE's due Sunday with only 500 words done, so I'd appreciate any swift response, thank you in advance!