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...Baking Soda: More than a Baking Ingredient Baking soda is known to some people as a material that helps batter to rise (“Baking Soda Overdose”), but to others, it has far more uses (“Brushing Teeth with Baking Soda”; Fassa; Garvin). Baking soda, or sodium bicarbonate, also known as bicarbonate of soda or soda ash, has been used for different functions since olden times. The Egyptians, for example, used baking soda as soap and made glass containers using soda ash in 3500 BC, while the early Romans used it to make medicine and bread (Mercola; “Soda Ash” 1-1). Baking soda is generally naturally occurring because it is mined from trona ore, although it can also be chemically... The semester The Fact Paper...
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Ecology of Organisms
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...Baking soda 10.5 Seeds were bulging 1 1 Seeds were bulging 3 30 Bulge and cracking 3 30 Solution pH Day 5 Observations Seeds Germinated % Water 6.5  Germination, sprouts elongated  10  100  Vinegar 3.0  No germination, seeds shrunk and die 0  0  Baking... Effects of pH on Radish Seed Germination Table Radish Seed Observation and Germination Solution pH Days 2 Day 3 Day 4 Observation Seeds Germinated % Observation Seeds Germinated % Observation Seeds Germinated % Water 6.5 Bulge and cracking 6 60 Seeds bulge and crack 9 90 Sprouts seen 10 100 Vinegar 3.0 Some were bulging but most shrunk and began to die 1 10 The germinating seed shrunk and began to die 0 0 No germination, shrunk and began to die 0 0 B...
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Homemade Lava Lamp
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...baking soda and a 1 litre soda or water bottle that is clear. Experimental procedure The first step of the experiment would be to obtain a surface that cannot be damaged by oil or one that can be easily wiped clean and gather the materials there. A better option would be to cover the surface with old newspapers or Manila paper. The second step would be to fill the bottle to ¾ way full in order to leave an appropriate amount for the water. Fill the remaining... Number Home Made Lava Lamp Experiment In making a simple homemade lava lamp, one needs simple tools and equipment that are easilyavailable. For purposes of this paper, the project materials will involve water, vegetable oil, food colouring,...
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Economics questions
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...baking powder production to coffee production, the output of coffee will increase by 30 million pounds, and the output of baking powder will decrease by 80 million pounds. Therefore, the average opportunity cost will be about 2 of the baking soda, which is the equilibrium between the two points on the PPF. Possibility A Possibility B Coffee Baking Soda Coffee Baking Soda Labor employed(millions of hours) 15 35 35 15 Marginal product of labor(pounds per hour) 5 8 3 11 Opportunity cost(pound... College Ricardian model Question one: Opportunity cost for the two countries: Japan Thailand Opportunity cost of rice(Units ofapparel per bushel) 2.5 0.5 Opportunity cost of apparel(Bushels of rice per unit 0.4 2 Th...
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Chem lab module 7
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...Baking Soda Blue Drain Opener Green f. NaOH test Compound Did a white precipitate form? Epsom Salt Yes Washing Soda No g. Copper test... Qualitative Identification of Unknowns Procedure a. Water solubility Compound Soluble/Not Soluble Plaster of Paris Not Soluble Epsom Salt Soluble b. Iodine Test Compound Color after addition of I2 Corn Starch Deep blue Cream of Tartar Yellowish brown c. Vinegar Test Compound Observation after addition of CaCO3 Vinegar Bubbles of CO2 rise to the surface, CaCO3 disappears Water White CaCO3 settled at the bottom d. HCl test Compound Solubility of Cream of Tartar HCl Soluble Water Not Soluble e. pH measurement Compound pH of solution Vinegar Red Table Sugar Magenta Baking S...
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Making a Chocolate Cake
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...Baking a cake is a trouble-free process. The ingredients needed for baking a chocolate cake are all easily available at any nearby store. The first and the foremost ingredients needed is butter, partially sweet chocolate chips divided, all purpose flour, vanilla exact, eggs and sugar. Apart from this crushed sugar, baking soda, salt and water are required in the process. Measurement is very important. For the measuring spoon, measuring cup, a mixing bowl and a baking pan will be needed. The process usually begins with two cups of semi sweet chocolate chips, three fourth cup or one... Making a Chocolate Cake Whenever the “Chocolate Cake” is pronounced, it right away creates a lip-smacking effect within...
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Molecules and Processes of Life Activity 6 - Cellular Respiration and the Effects of Pollutants on Its Rate
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...baking soda, soap solution, and bleach solution. The result for yeast mixture was compared with the results for yeast-sugar mixture. The yeast-sugar mixture exhibited a faster cellular respiration rate. The outcomes of the pollutants had mixed results. Except baking soda, most of the pollutants utilized had a lower cellular respiration rate. Introduction According to Carpenter (2013), cellular respiration is a process in which chemical energy in the food is reaped and converted into energy... Cellular Respiration and How Pollutants Affect Its Rate This experiment seeks to show how significant cellular respiration is in real life processes. We were also attempting to explore the effect of change in...
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Instruction paper (by OWN words). Subject: blueberry muffin
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...baking soda, baking powder, sugar, blueberries (obviously!), egg, milk, vanilla, and butter. While these ingredients should be mixed to enough that the muffins are well-cooked, you should also be careful not to mix the ingredients too much, as the muffins may turn out hard and rubbery (crazyfemale). For approximately 18 muffins, the following quantities of ingredients should... Instructions: Blueberry Muffins Introduction: The blueberry muffin, the official muffin of Minnesota, requires much skill and hard work in order to produce one (Whiting). Although it may seem easy to make a blueberry muffin, the process is actually harder than most people think. If too much flour is included, then the muffin may...
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PIPE
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...baking powder, eggs, milk, and baking soda whereas the ingredients of tea were water, tea, sugar, and milk. I got all the ingredients from the local grocery store. I baked the bread and made the tea myself. The tea was made on the stove whereas the bread was baked in a well-greased tin placed inside the oven at 180C for 1.5 hours. My dinner primarily came from my own country except for some of its ingredients; walnuts and sultanas were imported from India, and milk was imported from Canada. Other than these two ingredients... Reflection Last night, I had banana bread with tea for dinner. The ingredients of bread were white flour, sugar, oil, sultanas, bananas, vanilla essence, salt, walnuts, resins,...
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Clinical Chemistry
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...baking soda). Baking soda with chemical formula NaHCO3 is now most often used as a base rather than ammonia for reasons of lowered stench and toxicity. The mixture is boiled to separate out the solid, and then it's cooled. The solid is then dried and cut up into small nuggets, or "rocks." (Watson, n.a). The reaction is proceeds as follows: CocH+ + Cl- + NaHCO3 ' Coc + H2O + CO2 + NaCl ("Cocaine" 2.2.3) 23. Crack (Freebase) is a neutral... 19. PH is the degree of acidity or alkalinity of a solution. It is related to the concentration of Hydrogen ion (H in the solution. i.e the pH is:pH = 'log10 [H+]: "It is a measure of the activity of hydrogen ions (H+) in a...
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Life Style Sciences
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...Baking Soda or sodium bicarbonate can neutralize acid; scrub shiny materials without scratching, deodorize, and be used extinguish grease fires. It can be used as a deodorizer in the refrigerator, on smelly carpets, on upholstery and on vinyl. It can help deodorize drains. It can clean and polish aluminum, chrome, jewelry, plastic... Many of the products that we use on a daily basis and consider safe are in fact health risks. Among them are chlorine bleach, which contains sodium hypochlorite which is a lung, skin and eye irritant. Glass cleaners contain ammonia. Skin contact with this chemical can cause irritation. Fumes may cause a burning sensation in the lungs and eyes. Children and those with...
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The Short Life and Detailed Burial of King jTutankhamun
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...baking soda found in Egypt naturally.6 This salt was also put into every orifice in his body. The King’s brain, as was tradition in Ancient Egypt, was removed with a long needle through his nose. His internal organs were treated... Short Life and Detailed Burial of King Tutankhamun King Tutankhamun was the last ruler in the 18th Egyptian Dynasty He died young. Most of what is known about him comes from the studies of his tomb in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt. Buried in his lavish tomb, a chariot, weapons, and board games were found.2 This suggests that King Tutankhamun hunted and played games. His tomb also revealed his marriage to his half sister.3 New studies have found through DNA testing that King...
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Molecules and Processes of Life Activity 6 - Cellular Respiration and the Effects of Pollutants on Its Rate
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...baking soda. The previous method was used in the experiment and each solution was used separately with the amount of carbon dioxide that was produced being recorded after a period of ten minutes. The step experiment entailed taking two test tubes and labeling them with a wax marker. The labeling was done by labeling yeast to be Y, S for sugar and W for water. The test tubes are then placed on a test tube rack and hot water is poured into a beaker. Take2.5mL of yeast and transfer it into beaker labeled 1... Cellular respiration and effects of pollutants al Affiliation) The main reason for carrying out this experiment is to determine and understand how important cellular respiration is to life processes....
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Cleaning and Maintenance of Capital Kitchen Equipment
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...baking soda in a spray bottle 3. Spray the oven until the carbon is saturated 4. Wait for at least an hour for the solution to soak 5. Wear rubber gloves, scrap off the soaked carbon and sweep it out 6. Spray the baking soda solution again 7. Now use a vinegar half water solution to wipe to down 8. Clean the racks Wear rubber gloves when scrubbing off the carbon List all the noted faults Recommend any repairs that may be required Refrigerators (fridges) After 6 months 1. Locate the fridge coils... Cleaning and Maintenance of Capital Kitchen Equipment Capital equipment refers to equipment that costs more that a particular amount of money and whose durability usually exceeds one year. The cost of the equi...
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Identify Mystery Liquid
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...Baking soda, sodium bicarbonate 8 1 ? 10 ?9 Washing soda, Na 2 CO 3 sodium carbonate 9 1 ? 10 ?10 Anti-freezer ethylene glycol 10 1 ? 10 ?11 Aqueous household ammonia, NH 3 11 1 ? 10 ?12 Limewater, aqueous solution of calcium hydroxide Common household chemicals (Katz 2-4) DOCUMENT C A household hazardous waste that can be identical to the liquid found in the house must have acidic properties, meaning that it may corrode metal containers and turn red cabbage indicator juice red. Corrosive substances can eat into skin and metal therefore they need... ?DOCUMENT A In PH approximation of various solutions we normally used indicators. In this particular Lab, we will make an acid base indicator using red...
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Chemistry in Daily Life
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...baking soda, vinegar containing acetic acid (CH3COOH), in fruits like lemon, grapefruit, orange... Chemistry in daily life "Chemistry has invaded our lives, has provided us with new foods and new materials, has replaced wood and metal with less expensive products, has enabled low-income classes to acquire things that otherwise would have been inaccessible." - Luciano Caglioti Chemistry is a word which associates with every individual at the time of birth, or shall we say, even before birth. Right from a women's pregnancy till she delivers the baby, chemistry stays inherent in her in one way or the other....
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The Solvay process for sodium carbonate
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...baking soda) which in turn precipitates the solution. In a basic decomposed solution, NaHCO3 is basically of a lesser water solubility than the sodium chloride. The ammonia (NH3) buffers the sodium carbonate solution at a basic pH; this buffering process if done without the ammonia in the basic pH, a hydrochloric acid by-product would make the whole solution acidic and shun the precipitation expected in the calcination process (Clugston & Flemming 2000). The important ammonia catalyst in the Solvay process for the first phase of the reaction (I) is reclaimed in a later reaction step; and a very little ammonia is consumed. The carbon... The Solvay Process for Sodium Carbonate The Solvay process for Sodium ...
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Sodium Chloride An Important Compound
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...soda), Sodium Sulphate, baking soda... Topic Sodium Chloride - An Important Compound Background, properties and products formed from Sodium Chloride Presented by : ___________________________ Dated : / / 2008 Every cell of our bodies contains salt - an adult human body contains about 250 grams to maintain the normal volume of blood and digest food. This salt is halite, chemically known as Sodium Chloride and commonly known as rock salt is one of the few very important reagents in the chemical industry today. The salt is found in the form of evaporative deposits, after it's crystallization out of the brine lakes thr...
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Strategic managment
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...baking soda dropped when packaged food started entering the market and home baking reduced. The company manufacturing baking soda found new uses for the product like as a deodorizer for refrigerators (eNotes, 2008). At this stage, the global... Option I An emergent strategy according to Mintzberg is a pattern of action or a strategy that emerges over time when there is no specific mission or goals (Planingskills, 2004). Sometimes, it can also be despite any mission or goals. Gradually as the strategy emerges, the intentions collide and the reality emerges. This is exactly what happened with Robin Hood also as he started off more as a personal crusade against the Sheriff with no specific planning or...
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Aunt Ethel
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...baking soda, is the only cleanser she keeps in her kitchen. Her money saving ideas also reduce her food bill. Aunt Ethel can make the best chicken soup out of a leftover chicken. She will add a broth to this soup made from the parts of vegetables that most people would discard. For desert she makes bread pudding out of her stale bread. Because her wardrobe [Name] Page 3 Essay 1 is so stylish you would never guess how few dollars she spends on clothes. She saves money by shopping at yard sales and thrift shops. She tries to shop for articles that match so her wardrobe has a wide variety while only purchasing a few items. If she finds an item with a little wear she mends it. Whether... July 17, 2007...
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New Product Development Essay
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...baking soda toothpaste Healthy Choice frozen Dinners Line extensions Presold audience Keeps brand fresh and new Inferior product can dilute core brand Healthy Choice soups Compaq laptop computer Haagen Daz frozen yogurt Sony walkman variations New use No new manu- facturing costs Incremental sales opportunity Arm & Hammer baking soda as refrigerator deodorizer Planters nuts for baking New for you Existing market Tendency... Supply Chain Management and New Product Development New product development and supply chain configuration or management go hand in hand. The underlying ingredient here is information or knowledge management. This paper integrates these three concepts to better...
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Food additives used in the meat industry
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...baking soda to help cakes, biscuits and other baked goods to rise during baking. Other additives help modify the acidity and alkalinity of foods for proper flavor, taste and color. 5. To enhance flavor or impart desired color. Many spices and natural synthetic flavors enhance the taste of foods. Colors, likewise, enhance the appearance of certain foods to meet consumer expectations. (Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition Web site... 240181 Food Additives in the Meat Industry Summary Food additives are a controversy issue in an age when people are concerned about the environment,artificial ingredients, and any manner of other manmade products that alter the genetic or natural makeup of our food or...
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Jellyfish
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...baking soda or sea water if only it is salty water. After rinsing the sting, one should use a credit card, shaving razor, or a knife to remove the area stung. It is also recommended that one apply shaving cream or soap. After shaving the stung area, one should re-apply the salt water or vinegar to reduce swelling. Finally, one should dry the stung without using too much pressure... Jellyfish Jellyfish is a unique and aquatic creature categorized in the of the Phylum Cnidarians. The Cnidarians consist of three major categories, which are Scyphozoan, Athoza, and Hydrozoa. The Scyphozoans group consists of adult jellyfish, Athoza include the sea anemones, and Hydrozoa that is a group of the Cnidarians that ...
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Science
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...soda while sodium bicarbonate as baking soda. For fillers for salt and in detergents, sodium silicates are widely used. In the manufacturing of paper, soap, rayon, oil refining and applications in textile and rubber industries, sodium hydroxide is in demand... SODIUM A. What is Sodium? In order to understand what sodium is all about, it is important to discuss its physical properties, chemical properties and other related information. Discovery Humphry Davy discovered sodium in 1807 after his discovery of potassium (Senese, par. 2). The electrolysis of caustic soda (NaOH) paved way to the discovery of sodium (Gagnon, par. 3). The discovery of sodium was not alone as an element but as a compound joining w...
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Allopurinol and cardiovascular diseases: systematic review and Meta-Analysis
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...Baking Soda is the other compound by which uric acid crystals may be dissolved and its levels reduced. It is worth noting that baking soda increases the solubility of uric acid. Noting that baking soda is high in sodium, one should opt for a salt-free diet as he/she takes this approach to lowering the levels of uric acid (George et al., 2012). Given that cherries have anthocyanins, which are anti-inflammatory, it is quite recommended to deal with gout attacks. Research has also shown that cherries... ? Allopurinol and Cardiovascular Diseases: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis By of 2342 Words Risk Factors and Treatment of Blood Pressure High blood pressure is perhaps the most common of all...
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Nutrition 1
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...baked potato, cod fish, cucumber etc contains high level of Potassium. Table salt, baking powder, baking soda, soups, soy sauce, meats, bacon, salami, saltwater crab, pickles contains Sodium. Watermelon, grape, strawberries, orange, pineapple, cucumber, spinach, eggplant etc contains high... Other Nutrition Chapter 8 Vitamins and minerals involved in energy metabolism There are several vitamins and minerals involved in energy metabolism. The vitamins which are involved in energy metabolism are as follows- Thiamine (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Vitamin B12, Biotin, Pyridoxine (B6), Nicotinic acid (B3), Folic Acid, Pantothenic acid and Vitamin C which are important cofactors that help to converse the...
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Ecology
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...baking soda to regularly clean their teeth. They quit drinking coffee. And yes, they avoided using elevators for a year. That is particularly difficult and problematic especially in New York where skyscrapers proliferate just like mushrooms in a rainy season. Seen this way, the level of sacrifice that is poured in by the couple is too much to think about and do. They were living against the norm but they persisted for a cause. It is very humbling to realize that their struggle is not directed towards personal achievement but a witnessing: it was the intention of Beavan and his wife to prove to the world that every person can do something... of the of the Some Salient Points in No Impact Man If it is...
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Criminal and civil litigation; Mental Health Law
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...baking soda. The defendant is mistaken to the fact that selling the white substance amounts to a critical crime because the white substance is in fact an illegal drug. Consequently, such a case lacks the necessary Mens Rea or a guilty mind that determines the mental intent necessary under the laws governing... Criminal and Civil Litigation; Mental Health Law PART A: CRIMINAL LITIGATION ment of Facts This research paper explores the concept of Mens Rea in criminal law, as well as, what it represents in reality especially in respect to what it reflects in a Defendant’s culpability. The legal personalities explain Mens Rea as the mental state of a defendant. As such, it explores the mental capacity and...
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Soda
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...Soda Analysis of the Retail Market and Distribution Chain for the Product The importance of Distribution Most producers prefer using intermediaries to market and distribute their products and this is normally achieved through the establishment of a marketing channel (distribution channel). A marketing channel is a set of organizations that are interdependent in nature, responsible for availing the products to the final consumer. The intermediaries in the channel are the individuals or organizations responsible for the movement of the product from the producer to the final consumer (Gundlach et al 432). They can be brokers, agents, wholesalers or retailers....
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Product Market Development
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...baking soda has such history of extending its new use as deodorant in refrigerator and an additive in toothpaste extended its life cycle to yield profit for longer. . References: Hitt, Michael A., R. Duane Ireland, and Robert E. Hoskisson. Strategic Management: Competitiveness and Globalization. 4th ed. Cincinnati, Ohio: South-Western College Publishing, 2001. Porter, M. Competitive Strategy . New York: Free Press, 1980. Porter, M.E. "Towards a Dynamic Theory of Strategy." Strategic Management Journal. 1991. Wansink, Brian, and Jennifer Marie... Academia- Research 28ty November 09 Topic: Compare and contrast the characteristics of a growing and mature product market. Discuss Introduction Every Prod...
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The Importance of Market Segmentation
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...baking soda is not only an ingredient in certain recipes but works well in the refrigerator as a deodorizer. MacDonald’s may find that with the principle of 80/20 percent in researching their customers, 20 percent actually account for most of its profits because of habit buying, while 80 percent only purchase once or twice a month. Brand loyalty can represent a photographer who only buys Canon cameras and components, not only because Canon makes good cameras and accessories, but also provides excellent customer service... ? The Importance of Market Segmentation Introduction The market for any company selling its goods or services, are the qualified consumers who want the service and product to begin...
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P3725 case 21
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...baking soda tooth paste. He has been smoking two packets of cigarettes per day and has not plan to quite any time soon. Also, he consumes four cups of coffee daily. The patient has type II diabetes under control with medication. The last physician visit was for hyperthyroidism thyroid gland with medication. He strives to reach a balance between works and leisure. As well, he abides by the recommendations proposed by the physician. Occasionally, he acts in accordance with the dental professional’s advice. However, he has a feeling that he is in good health conditions. This makes him get classified under... To understand the individualized preventive instruction and care plan, we must know the periodontal ...
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Convenience Food
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...baking soda, baking powder, table salt, monosodium glutamate and sodium propionate. Sodium is known to elevate blood pressure which in turn causes heart complications and may also cause stroke. Therefore, the public is advised to avoid salty products related to the above list dominated by convenience food. Chemicals and compounds that make up additives and preservatives are naturally under scrutiny when assessing the questionable effects of convenience food on health. Controversy arises when the presence and amount of known additives are discussed. The argument stems from the perceived negative effects, if any, of such additives and the level... Convenience Food Food can be considered the foremost need ...
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See attached questions
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...baked products that use baking powder and baking soda instead of yeast as the leavening agent, because the existence of calcium ions interrupts the leavening process. Calcium propionate is preferred in baked foods that use yeast, such as breads and rolls, because the nutritional value is increased by the added calcium. Usual level of usage of propionic acid and propionates is 0.1 to 0.4 %.  The parabens are esters of para-hydroxibenzoic acid. The two common esters are methyl and propyl parabens, which are accepted for food use in the United States under the GRAS categorization. The permitted concentration is 0.1 %. They are most active against yeasts and molds... Chemical Food Preservatives Describe and...
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Creating a Science Center
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...baking soda, along other materials that would be needed for experimenting, observing, and/or demonstrating. The reason for these suggested materials, are due to the fact that Geology is a study of the earth and most of these materials are either results from events that occur on the earth, or materials that could help to demonstrate other events... Creating a Science Center Jenny L. Hodge Science Center: Geology (Earth Science) room Science Center and Science Unit June 7, 2007 Creatinga Science Center The following paper will attempt to guide you through the various components of creating a science center for elementary students, in order to provide them with an interdisciplinary unit of scientific mat...
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Learning Theories
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...baking soda to extinguish light from a candle. This experiment will show students that carbon dioxide can extinguish fire. 1.  Justify the appropriateness of the modifications for this instructional setting.   Cognitive principles are appropriate in teaching the concept of chemical change especially for carbon. The game to be played involving two groups acting as carbon and carbon pools will definitely make... Learning Theories Task 3 Ruth Ramirez Western Governor’s Learning Theory Task 3 A.  Discuss how your personal philosophy of learning aligns with elements of each of the following learning theories: •  Cognitivism •  Behaviorism •  Constructivism My Personal Philosophy of Learning Le...
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New Product Development
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...baking soda toothpaste Healthy Choice frozen Dinners Line extensions Presold audience Keeps brand fresh and new Inferior product can dilute core brand Healthy Choice soups Compaq laptop computer Haagen Daz frozen yogurt Sony walkman variations New use No new manu- facturing costs Incremental sales opportunity Arm & Hammer baking soda as refrigerator deodorizer Planters nuts for baking New for you Existing market Tendency to jump in without proper research... New Product Development - Checklist and Evaluation Executive Summary The world of commerce, like many other fields, has expanded with the rapid commercialisation of literally every element in every walk of one's life. This...
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Drug Shortages Continue To Effect Patient Care
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...soda, or sodium bicarbonate powder, were largely obtainable, the user-friendly tablet dosage casing was out of stock (Saine 2009, 70). Health care providers and patients were left no other choice but to estimate the same quantities of salt and baking soda to continue treatment. Numerous patients found such options unpleasant, making them vulnerable to more difficult situations because of noncompliance (Saine 2009, 70-71). Furthermore, a number of patients needed particular quantities which were difficult to measure. Packaging shortages in specific forms can also result in errors. A large number of hospitals make use of Add-Vantage vials...
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Learning Theories
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...baking soda to extinguish light from a candle. This experiment will show students that carbon dioxide can extinguish fire. 1.  Justify... by students when they cut pictures and make a collage. Finding real setting (i.e., factories, farmlands, kitchen, etc.) for carbon cycle will transform general concepts into specific ones, from abstract to realistic. At the end of the lesson, students will see the connection of the lesson to the real world, and be able to apply learning in their everyday life. The purpose of the enrichment activity is to further make students realize the truth about carbon dioxide, specifically baking soda. This experiment will teach them...
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ASSIGNMENT IN CHEMISTRY
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...baking soda (NaHCO3), can act like a base even though they do not contain hydroxide ions. Acid Base Salt HCl + NaHCO3 H2CO3 + NaCl 7. a. Calculate the pH of the following acids : (i... ASSIGNMENT IN CHEMISTRY The following is a reversible reaction. CaCO3(s) CaO(s) +CO2(g) a. Write the reaction equation of the forward reaction: CaCO3 (s) CaO(s) + CO2(g) b. Write the reaction equation of the backward reaction: CaO(s) + CO2(g) CaCO3 (s) c. When is equilibrium reached in the above reaction Equilibrium is reached in the above reaction when the rate of the forward reaction is equal to the rate of the backward reaction. At equilibrium, [CaO(s)] [CO2(g)] / [CaCO3] = k' / k"...
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Marketing individual assinment
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...baking soda, peroxide and bright smiles. On the taste or flavor position, various formulations are marketed which include mint, spearmint, peppermint, cinnamon... Segmentation and Positioning in the Toothpaste Industry This paper discusses market segmentation and product positioning. It provides details in these two marketing concepts and how they are used to help ensure product and company successes for their product offerings. As cases in point, aspects of the toothpaste industry are used to provide practical applications of the processes involved in market segmentation and product positioning. Three toothpaste brands, as well as their brand owners are looked into in detail in so far as market...
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Learning Theories
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...baking soda to extinguish light from a candle. This experiment will show students that carbon dioxide can extinguish fire. 1.  Justify the appropriateness of the modifications for this instructional setting.   Cognitive... ? Learning Theories Task 3 Learning Theory Task 3 A.  Discuss how your personal philosophy of learning aligns with elements of each of the following learning theories: •  Cognitivism •  Behaviorism •  Constructivism My Personal Philosophy of Learning Learning involves various aspects, including motivation, environment, attitudes of learners, and other factors (Ryan, Cooper & Tauer, 2010). In order to promote learning, teachers should look into the different aspects that affect...
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International Marketing Mix Tutbury Crystal
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...baking soda toothpaste Healthy Choice frozen Dinners Line extensions Presold audience Keeps brand fresh and new Inferior product can dilute core brand Healthy Choice soups Compaq laptop computer Haagen Daz frozen yogurt Sony walkman variations New use No new manu- facturing costs Incremental sales opportunity Arm & Hammer baking soda as refrigerator deodorizer Planters nuts for baking New for you Existing market Tendency to jump in without proper research Thrive hair vitamins Conair telephones Citrus Hill OJ w/calcium Next... International Marketing Mix - Tutbury Crystal Lifestyle products have seen many takers from a variety of income and social backgrounds in the recentpast....
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Soda Tax
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...Soda Tax In the 21st century, soda stands as the most consumed beverage in the entire world. The joy and pleasure that one derives from taking soda on a hot day is just priceless. As much as I am a soda addict, I am conscious of the health risks associated with this beverage. This is the principle reason why I only drink diet soda because I presume it is safe. However, a recent article I stumbled upon, transformed my perspective about soda. This article revealed that not even diet soda lovers are safe from the critical health effects associated with soft drinks. In fact, a ten- year research carried on individuals with a regular intake of diet soda revealed a 70% (Picca 35) increase... on...
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The History of Cocaine
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...baking soda. This process rarely ended in fires or explosions... The History of Cocaine Cocaine is a crystalline tropane alkaloid that is obtained from the leaves of the coca plant. It is a stimulant of the central nervous system and an appetite suppressant, creating what has been described as a euphoric sense of happiness and increased energy. For thousands of years and still today, South American indigenous peoples have chewed the coca leaf (Erythroxylon coca), a plant which contains vital nutrients as well as numerous alkaloids, including cocaine. The leaf was and is chewed almost universally by some indigenous communities, but there is no evidence that its habitual use ever led to any of the negative...
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The History of Cocaine
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...baking soda. This process rarely ended in fires or explosions... The History of Cocaine Cocaine is a crystalline tropane alkaloid that is obtained from the leaves of the coca plant. It is a stimulant of the centralnervous system and an appetite suppressant, creating what has been described as a euphoric sense of happiness and increased energy. For thousands of years and still today, South American indigenous peoples have chewed the coca leaf (Erythroxylon coca), a plant which contains vital nutrients as well as numerous alkaloids, including cocaine. The leaf was and is chewed almost universally by some indigenous communities, but there is no evidence that its habitual use ever led to any of the negative c...
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Jones Soda
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...Soda Jones Soda's Strategy. The story of Jones Soda began when its founder and president Van Stolk realized the existing potential of the alternative products in the beverage production industry. Nowadays Jones Soda is rather unique company whose vision is constantly growing. The beginning of soda's distribution began with the working out of "alternative distribution strategy". It means that Jones Soda began attacking the market place and placed its products in convenience stores. Nowadays the strategy of the company aims at co-working with larger companies such as Safeway, Starbucks. 7-Eleven stores, etc. The company is focusing on dealing with customers and always responds to demand's... Jones Soda...
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Colgate Toothpastes
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...Baking Soda and Peroxide Whitening Bubbles Refreshes and cleans for whiter teeth; removes stains, protects against tartar and fights cavities Kids’ Toothpastes Designed to make brushing enjoyable so your children will develop great habits for life... ? Colgate Toothpastes COLGATE TOOTHPASTES TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary ………………………………………………………………………….. 2 Section 1 Introduction ……………………………………………………………………….. 2 Section 2 Situational Analysis ………………………………………………………………. 2 SWOT Analysis …………………………………………………………………………... 2 PESTLE Analysis ………………………………………………………………………..... 4 Section 3 Differential advantage/ Competitive edge (USP) ………………………………… 5 Section 4 Competition ………………………………………………………………………. 6 Section 5...
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Soda Drinks
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...Soda Drinks Soft drinks consist of carbonated water, sugar, and caffeine as the main ingredients. However, Soda drinks are things like Coke, Sprite, Pepper, as well as any carbonated and sugared. The discovery of Soda drinks came at hand in the year 1879 and later availed popularly in the year 1890 by many people globally. Being a delicious drink, there is chemistry behind soda drinks that involves carbonation processes, which are evident by the provision of bubbles. Soft drinks are circulated on the market worldwide through cans, glasses, as well as bottles as forms of packaging. Soda drinks can be considered as refreshment drinks that one takes for the purpose of refreshment, acquisition... ...
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Reasearch paper about Adulterants in toxicology specimens
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...baking soda, iodine tincture, and vinegar. The opposite classification includes the commercially out there adulterants with the subsequent ingredients: (1) nitrite: klear and whizzies. (2) Acid: “THC-FREE" and "Amber 13". (3) Detergent with purafyzi and test clean. (4) Glutaraldehyde: "Instant Clean Additive."(5) Oxidizing reagents: stealth and clear choic (Levine 5-6). In that sense, adulterants that are added to reduce the amount of expensive product in illicit drugs are termed as cutting agents. According to a view shared Levine (41) numerous biological specimens are usually tested for drug abuse... Adulterants in toxicology specimens For an experiment to be considered efficient so as to relay...
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