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    Question How does the addition of sodium citrate and changing pH affect the ability of different foods to undergo spherification? II. Background Research Molecular gastronomists use special techniques, ingredients, and cooking principles to make certain chemical reactions occur. These reactions, produce new flavors and textures. One popular technique is cooking meat sous vid, a French word that means ?under vacuum?. Another technique is spherification (which the act of making liquid-filled beads takes part in). The words of a writer at Gourmet Magazine says that they, ?Explode in the mouth with a pleasingly juicy pop? (Madrid). This paper will talk about the science of spherification. Molecular gastronomy is a method of applying scientific…

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    and the US have been found to commonly use tripotassium salt of EDTA. Subject to optimal conditions, which entail having the appropriate anticoagulant concentration while analysis being undertaken within the first four hours after phlebotomy, whether tripotassium EDTA or dipotassium EDTA are used would not have significance variation on the results obtained from the differential analysis of white blood cells and full blood cell counts (Macey et al. 2002). Furthermore, citrate is also applicable…

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    Determination of Isoprenaline Hydrochloride Concentration Using Ultra Violet/ Visible Spectroscopy and Quantification of Sodium and Potassium Using Flame Spectroscopy Introduction In UV/VIS (ultraviolet-visible light) spectroscopy, light absorption as a function of various wavelengths gives data about electronic transitions within a solution [1]. The electronic transitions involve exciting an electron from one principle quantum state to another by the absorption of energy [2]. A change in…

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    copper sulfate with sodium citrate and carbonate that is dissolved in 400mLs of water (Benedict’s Test). The chemical reaction within this test is…

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    Contents Introduction 2 Aim 3 Hypothesis 3 Materials List 3 Safety Considerations 4 Hotplates 4 Potential Health Effects: 4 First Aid Measures: 4 Lipase Solution 4 Potential Health Effects: 4 First Aid Measures: 4 Sodium Carbonate 5 Potential Health Effects: 5 First Aid Measures: 5 Phenolphthalein 6 Potential Health Effects: 6 First Aid Measures: 6 Full Cream Milk 6 Test Tubes, Glass Rods and Measuring Beakers 7 Method 7 Results 8 Discussion 9 Conclusion 10 Appendix 10 Calculations: 13…

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    liquid form. This is a physical change because its actual material that it consisted didn’t change, meaning, it’s still sugar, but in liquid form. Mixing solid copper sulphate with water is a physical change because a new substance was never formed and the copper sulphate is still copper sulphate, but in a different state. Plus the fact that the final product turned into a mixture (solution), which is another sign of a physical change. The changes I examined that were chemical in my experiment…

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    Calcification Lab

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    “With increasing degree of calcification, the concentration of NaOH increases. The relationship between the concentration of NaOH and the factors in the calcified red mud liquor is given by three Equations (16–18): N_NaOH=1.29(N_1 m_1-N_2 (m_2-N_NaOH/1.29) (16) m2 = m1+m1N3 (17) r = 1000/m2 …

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    that demonstrated how renal system responses and reacts when subjects consuming different types of fluids. Respective fluid volumes are based on each subject’s body mass. Based on each subject’s body mass, after converted from pounds to kilograms, every subjects has different volume and fluids for ingestion. For the control subject, she ingested no fluid throughout entire lab which represented the conditions of normal fluid. For the hypotonic subjects, she ingested 854mL of water within 10…

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    Ninhydrin Research Paper

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    1-Paper 2-gallon size Zip- Loc bag 3-Iodine beads (available from forensic supply companies) Note: Iodine crystals can be used along with a small amount of powdered vermiculite. 4-Rubber or plastic gloves are recommended 5-Safety glasses or goggles Safety Precautions Firstly,Wear safety glasses or goggles to protect our eyes from iodine vapors. Iodine is very toxic in nature , both as vapor and through excessive skin contact. Work in a well ventilated area is necessary. We must Keep all…

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    that were used in this experiment were Pilocarpine, Atropine Sulfate, Epinephrine, Digitals, Potassium, Sodium, and calcium ion concertation. Pilocarpine stimulates the effect of parasympathetic nerve stimulation by enhancing acetylcholine release. Atropine Sulfate is a drug that blocks the effect of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine which is liberated by the parasympathetic nerve endings. Cardiac muscle and skeletal muscle are both different in functionally and in fine structure. Epinephrine…

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