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    Louis Pasteur: An 18th Century Scientist Louis Pasteur once said, “Science knows no country, because knowledge belongs to humanity, and is the torch which illuminates the world,” a fitting statement for the scientist that would bring about the modern age of medicine. Louis Pasteur was responsible for the creation of the fields of microbiology and immunology. He was born in France on December 27, 1822. The son of a tanner, he was admitted to a famous training program for professors, the Ecole

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    Overview of each variable: The pH is a measure of the amount of acids present in the solution, it differs determining on the strength of these acids and may also change depending on the other miscellaneous ingredients added to the wine with any degree of acidity. For wine specifically, the pH is determined on three main variables: the amount of potassium added, the total amount of acid present and the ratio between malic acid to tartaric acid. The optimum temperature for the fermentation process is 20

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    Scheele and Oxygen

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    where he continued in a pharmacy. Here his first discoveries were made (http://mattson.creighton.edu/History_Gas_Chemistry/Scheele.html). In 1769 with the help of a man named Anders John Retzius, Scheele isolated tartaric acid, a substance used on lenses, from cream of tartar (Tartaric Acid 1). Scheele made his big break however in 1770. Through various methods, Scheele was able to isolate oxygen. His discovery of “Fire Air� precipitated numerous awards including a membership to the Royal Academy

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    Wine Production

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    paper ... ...oncentration as it may have generated the greatest concentration of tartaric acid, whereas Wines B and C may have produced other acids present in wine, such as malic, lactic, citric, acetic or succinic acid. Esters are compounds formed by condensation between an acid and an alcohol. In the Investigation, ethanol in the wine would have provided the alcohol and the acids present would have produced the acid component, therefore it was predicted that the taste test would see to the detection

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    Popular Sour Candies

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    candies even more sour, possibly by using new ingredients? After gathering information and doing research, it is shown that oxalic acid could be a new ingredient to make candies sour, and a carefully constructed candy wrapper can actually make a candy seem more sour. First, it is important to understand how popular sour candies give off that sour tasting sensation. Acids, which are chemical substances that are below 7.0 on the pH scale, create the sourness in various popular sour candies. These substances

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    CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 Layered Double Hydroxide Layered double hydroxide (LDH) is an inorganic anionic material that is formed by two or more types of metallic cations and posses the positively charged layers and exchangeable anions. LDH can be named as anionic clays by the comparison with the cationic clays that contains the cation in the interlamellar region. In LDH, the species that constitutes the interlayers is the anion. Tracing back the historical background of LDH :

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    The Terrible Nature of a Sugary Sweet Heaven

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    As thousands of soda pops are being shipped out of factories right now, what soda pop are you craving? A regular coke, a Dr.Pepper, or maybe even a Diet Coke? There many different soda pops and carbonated beverages all over the world. Many of these pops are made by companies such as Coke-A-Cola or Pepsi. There is everything on the market to satisfy your cravings and thirst. The only question is which pop should you be drinking? There are studies such as this one taken from (Oaklander) where it shows

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    When approaching the topic of hair chemistry, one may think about the question, where does hair come from? Saclike holes called follicles are located all over the human body. At the bottom of these follicles are a cluster of papilla responsible for the growth of hair. As the papilla, otherwise known as hair bulbs reproduce to make new hair cells, the old ones are pushed up towards the surface of the skin causing the hair to grow longer. This may seem like a simple concept to grasp.
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    Introduction: There are a variety of dietary habits that can potentially cause enamel erosion. One of the main habits among many is the consumption of acidic foods and drinks. When consumed over a long period of time and in high quantity, there can be visible and sensational changes in both permanent teeth and deciduous teeth. The shape and enamel content of each of the 32 teeth within the average human adult mouth are different, primarily amongst the permanent and deciduous teeth (Jenkins). The

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    of soda, is sodium bicarbonate. (Baker Bettie, 2013) Sodium bicarbonate has a high pH, that when incorporated with another acid will react quickly. Although carbon dioxide, is created when baking soda is combined with an acid with low pH. Baking soda will make cookies rise during the baking process, once it reacts with an acid. There must be a common acid (examples of acids are: buttermilk, sour cream, citrus juice, vinegar, and cream of tartar) added to the recipe to produce CO2 if the baking soda

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