Chistry and Food

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Arctic Nutrition

Day in, day out, Arctic explorers and their sled dogs perform fantastic feats of endurance and strength. They maneuver sleds that can weigh more than 500 kilograms (1,100 pounds) each across harsh, un …


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Artificial Sweeteners


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Bread Chemistry

Bread baking transforms an ordinary kitchen into a laboratory of earthy sights, smells, and tastes. A recipe, after all, reads like a scientific experiment. The baker combines flour, yeast, liquid, an …


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Coffee

It's been used as a medicine and an ingredient in wine. It's been linked with revolutionary ideas. First a food, later a beverage, coffee contributed significantly to the economic health of countries …


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Coffee and Cream


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Drinking Water

Each day, millions of Americans use billions of gallons of water without knowing where it comes from or what might be in it. As populations grow, the combination of increased demand and increased poll …


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Fat-free Foods


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Garlic

Garlic is often called "the stinking rose." That's because it contains molecules composed of the same atoms that lurk in burnt matches and rotten eggs. But if you put a whole clove of garlic right up …


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Household Chemistry

Chemistry is the study of the ways various substances are put together and their reactions under different conditions. It is a science that involves all of one's senses: seeing, hearing, tasting, fe …

Grab your board and hit the beach - it's surfing time again. But instead of baggies and a tank top, you might want to put on a parka and thermal socks, because the kind of surfing we're talking about …


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