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  • The Tower Of Babel: The First Universal Language

    Multi-dialects, Confusion, English? A Bavarian priest tried to create the first universal language in the year 1880 and he called it Volapük. A language that was taken from the existing French, German and English, and was difficult to learn. It consisted of odd sounds and case endings similar to Latin. It did not take long before a new language emerged (McWhorter). This new language was a blend of words from India and Europe. It became known as Esperanto. Regardless, of this fact Esperanto was…

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  • Gatorade Research Paper

    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 Dextrose. Research led me to discover its many uses, and popularity. Dextrose is a form of glucose, derived from…

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  • Acacia Arabica Case Study

    in the respective tables. The powdered gum of Acacia arabica was subjected to preliminary organoleptic evaluation. The scanty availability of information on this plant facilitates the study on it. The attempt is made to study the Pharmacognostical, phytochemical and pharmacological activities of gum of the plant. The study was divided into three major parts viz. • Pharmacognostical studies • Phytochemical screening • Pharmacological studies. Fig 1. Gum of Acacia arabica A.…

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  • Science Fair Project: Coca-Cola Light

    The history of my science fair projects objects is that Diet Coke (called Coca-Cola Light in some countries) is a sugar-free soft drink produced and distributed by The Coca-Cola Company. Unveiled on July 8, 1982 and introduced in the United States on August 9, it was the first new brand since 1886 to use the Coca-Cola trademark. The original recipe for the drink includes five ounces of coca leaf in every gallon of syrup. The coca plant is the same plant from which cocaine is. It also has…

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  • Terrorism In An Age Of Religious Freedom

    Terrorism in an age of religious freedom Terrorism in our day is thought to be associated with confrontational activities which infringe human and civil rights. Terrorism is the unofficial or unauthorized use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims. Did terrorism begin after September the 9th or did the word inaugurate from some time back in history? Moreover, when did it start and were Muslims associated with terrorism like they are today? The first use in the English…

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  • Mali And Silk Road Similarities

    the Black Sea region, art, fur, and animal hides. On the contrary, Mali’s main trade was gold. They traded through the Sahara desert. Mali had a whole expansions of markets just for west African goods. They traded gold, ivory, slaves, civet and gum arabic. There was also a trading and learning center located on the upper Niger River. Both Mali and Ghana would also trade crops such as rice, millet, cotton, and others. They would also breed animals for food. Mali and Ghana were able to control the…

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  • Carbohydrates Research

    Carbohydrates are biological molecules made up of organic substances such as Oxygen, Hydrogen and Carbon (Rapidlearningcenter.com 2015). They normally have a two to one hydrogen to oxygen ratio and can be classified by the empirical formula Cm (H20)n where m and n could be possibly different. Some biologists refer to carbohydrates as hydrates of carbon and they are technically correct. Alternately, there is no possible empirical formula that can describe lipids. Lipid must be identified…

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  • Gummy Bear Chemistry

    • A candy maker named, Hans Riegel started the Haribo candy company in 1920. In 1922, he created the dancing bear candy made of gum arabic. The dancing bear candy was larger than the modern gummy bear. Modern gummy bears come in five colors. They are red, clear, orange, green, and yellow. Modern gummy bears contain sugar, glucose syrup, starch, food coloring, citric acid, and gelatin. • Solutions are mixtures that are mixed evenly throughout and can not be separated. The solute is the…

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  • 3 Day Notice To Pay Or Quit Case Study

    Description: The dosage of acacia gum needs to be decided otherwise you will not be able to get desirable effects. Your heath condition and age matters a lot in this respect and you must consider them. Acacia gum is also popularly termed as gum Arabic and this gum is currently gaining the highest popularity as a leading medicinal component. This ingredient gets easily dissolved in your body and thus…

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  • Essay On Gummy Bears

    imply, are gummy, gelatin-like structures that look like bears, although recently, some companies have also branched out to make worms, snakes, different types of fruits, and other things. The original ingredient in gummy bears was a material called Gum Arabic. During Weimar Germany’s inflation, the gummy bear was one of the few things that were still affordable. Another interesting thing in gummy bear history is that, during WWll, gummy bears were given to german soldiers because they were long…

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