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    molecules in the milk. As soap molecules move fat molecules, food coloring molecules are pushed around. This causes the movement of the food coloring in the milk. The testable question was “How does the type of milk affect how fast food coloring moves toward a toothpick soaked in dish soap?” The hypothesis was that food coloring would move toward the toothpick faster in whole milk than in buttermilk. The prediction was that if food coloring was added to whole milk, then it would move toward the toothpick faster than it would in buttermilk. The independent variable was the type of milk, while the dependent variable was the time food coloring took to move toward the toothpick. For the procedure, first fill one petri dish with whole milk and one petri dish with buttermilk. Second, put one drop of water based…

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    yellow azo dye mainly used as a food coloring. It has no taste, but s commonly used in foods we eat. Tartrazine’s chemical symbol is C16H9N4Na3a2. The molar mass of Tartrazine is 534.3g/mol. Also, Tartrazine’s melting point is 300 c. It is often used in bakeries on frosting and other pastries to add a splash of color into it. It is extensively used for a variety of different products. But, if it is consumed, it can cause allergic reactions and countless of other negative effects. Tartrazine is…

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    FD&C Red Number 40 Food is a staple in our everyday lives, along with water it is one of the things we literally cannot live without. As an American, it is hard to eat a nutritious diet with all the fast food options and processed foods right at our fingertips. However, one aspect of our food that is of big concern for some individuals are artificial color additives. If you pick up your favorite cereal, beverage, or even your mouthwash and start to read the ingredients list you may see some of…

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    Food Dye Lab Report

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    the Determining Food Dye Content Lab was to identify the food dye coloring in green apple Gatorade, and determine the dye’s concentration to ultimately recreate a solution containing the same concentration of dyes as the original. To determine the concentration of the dyes present in the green apple Gatorade, a spectrometer was used to measure the wavelengths and absorbance values for the given dyes. A sample of the green apple Gatorade was tested in the spectrometer to measure its absorption…

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    Blue Dyes Lab Report

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    Introduction: The purpose of this lab was to use the absorbance of light through a solution to determine the concentration of Blue Dye 1 in Cool Blue Gatorade. In today's society most people are health conscious and food coloring and dyes have been a controversial topic. Blue Dye 1 is one of the most popular FDA-approved dyes used in food such as fruits, sauces, and baking mixes. Such dyes are not limited to foods but also used in shampoos, detergents, and vitamins just to name a few…

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    Food Dye Synthesis Lab

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    Experimental At the outset of the experiment, the available food dyes were identified as: FD&C Blue #1 FD&C Blue #2 FD&C Green #3 FD&C Red #3 FD&C Red #40 FD&C Yellow #5 FD&C Yellow #6 Given that the food dye was of a purple color, a hypothesis was formed that the color profile contained either FD&C blue #1 or blue #2 and red #3 or red #40. To determine which dyes were present, a spectroscopic reading was taken of the purple Gatorade using an Ocean Optics Spectrometer, connected to a…

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    In order to make food more affordable and feed a growing population, food companies add harmful chemicals and hormones to speed growth and increase production. This is a an epidemic because everybody is exposed to different kinds of chemicals and food chemicals are the most common. Due to increase in cost for maintaining our food healthy, adding chemicals and hormones drops the price, but has negative affects to the human body internally when consumed. Many different chemicals are added into…

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    Hair Dyes Essay

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    Similarly, since EU health risks of hair dye are based on oral consumption there is not enough information from current studies to confirm serious health issues as a result of topically applying hair dye (Nohyhek 2010). Additionally, the responsibility of monitoring hair dyes falls to the Food and Drug Administration that has currently not found reason enough to warn hair dye users of PPD beyond citing that an allergy to the substance can be developed from repeated exposure (Hair Dyes 2015).…

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    find creative ways to promote a new products or services and capture the attention of viewers. Commercials are a tools for companies to reach a broad spectrum of new customers. The use of clever gimmicks and catchy phrases, along with the promise of looking as good as the models, thus increasing the sales anti aging products. Both men and women use products that promote anti aging to look and feel younger. These products include creams and ointments to reduce the signs of aging and hair…

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    Safe Hair Research Paper

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    are not aware of. Federal OSHA found that stylists in three salons using either Brazilian Blowout Acai Professional Smoothing Solution or Cadiveu Brasil Cacau were exposed to formaldehyde above OSHA's 15-minute short term exposure limit (STEL) of 2 parts formaldehyde per million parts air (ppm), putting their health at risk. In one salon, formaldehyde levels during the blow drying phase of treatment were measured at five times the OSHA STEL. All three salons were issued OSHA citations and two…

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