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  • Food Additives: Are They Safe

    Has the long list of ingredients on the back of potato chips, sodas, or snacks? Most of the ingredients will list additives, any substance added to food that improves that food product’s consistency or freshness. Today in the articles Pros and Cons of Food Additives by Sheila Globus and the text Food Additives: Are They Safe? by David Feder debates the supporting or opposing side of keeping them in our foods. But of course, food additives have many harmful possibilities but may also seem beneficial to those in favor of. Because of more additives having cons then pros, food additives in food products justify that they need to be avoided for caution of the unsure effects they may have on people’s bodies. To start off, these chemicals added to…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Food Additives

    For this Paper I have chosen to write about the Pros and Cons of food additives. Many people think that food additives are harmful for their health or even unsafe in general. Through out this paper I will provide factual information about food additives and then tell my side of it, whether I believe it is beneficial or harmful to one’s body. During my research I have found out that they can be very useful, but in some cases damaging just depending on what one is consuming. According to the…

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  • What Is E-Number Food Additives?

    E-number food additives, their chemistry and role in food Since the dawn of time, humans had using several simpler and yet natural food preservation techniques such as preserving meat using salt, or immersing onions and cucumber in a jar of vinegar to keep the food fresh and last longer. The method of preserving food had been evolved over a significant period of time. (Heldman, 2003) Food additives are either a natural or synthetic substances which was added intentionally to food to improve the…

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  • Gatorade Research Paper

    facts). However, it made me wonder, what ingredients were in Gatorade, and how healthy they are. Surprisingly, there are many ingredients that go into the drink. Ingredients that I did know were water, sugar, salt, and citric acid. There were also several mystery ingredients that I did not know, such as Dextrose, Sodium Citrate, Monopotassium Phosphate, and Gum Arabic. This led me to research, what were these ingredients are all about. The first Ingredient that was a mystery to me was…

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  • Ethical Issues In Organ Transplants

    Ethical Issues There are growing numbers of ethical issues constantly making an impact on our society. Ethical issues are the rights and wrongs of society and a choice by the people on how they view these issues. Although most ethical issues have a positive effect on people, they also include the negative effect that truly modifies our society. In the next decade, there are three ethical issues that will be very important: fertility, organ transplants, and food additives. One ethical issue that…

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  • Artificial Flavor Essay

    Artificial Flavors: Safer, More Efficient, and More Cost Effective The use of natural and artificial flavorings in food products and the social discussion of which is safer to utilize has led to several social ramifications, especially for the food producers and the consumers. There is a general consensus of the definition of natural and artificial flavorings, with the definition focusing around how the flavoring is synthesized. Some have also utilized the term ‘food additive’ to encompass all…

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  • The Physics Of 3D Printing

    Most Americans think of manufacturing as something that happens very far away. They believe that it has nothing to do with them, they are simply the consumer of the end product. Three-dimensional (3D) printing is drastically different from all current models of production and it is starting to blur the line between consumers and producers (Finocchiaro). This new technology allows physical products to be printed as easily as words can be printed on a piece of paper and is rapidly becoming more…

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  • 3D Printing: A Case Study

    This essay examines the implications of waste in design and manufacturing with regard to the nature and future sustainability of practices considered modern by contemporary standards. Practices, such as CNC (computer numerically controlled) machining and additive manufacturing such as 3D printing, are the benchmark for modern manufacturing; 'In the domain of manufacturing, computer numerically controlled (CNC) technology is a major contributor to the production capacity of the…

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  • The Importance Of Optical Linear Encoder

    The two main types of 3D printing are FDM and SLA. FDM stands for Fused Deposition Modeling, in FDM a thermoplastic resin, usually in the form of a wire (Figure 7), is fed through a hot extruder in turn heating the plastic allowing it to become formable. As the plastic is heated it is precisely placed by the printer head. The melted plastic is placed layer by layer to create a detailed model. There are also SLA printers. SLA stands for stereo lithography. Similar to FDM, SLA uses an additive…

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  • 3d Printing Case Study

    When you or someone can recreate your idea into a 3d image called a CAD (Computer-aided Design) file. From the CAD file, it’s converted to a STL (Standard Tessellation Language) file. Then it’s transferred over to a 3d printer, which can print your idea in many different ways depending on what type of 3d printer is being used. There is a very diverse selection for types of additive manufacturing. Several different materials you can print with exist too, and more materials are getting the road…

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