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GCSE Chemistry module: Food Chemistry    By the end of this topic you will have covered:  - Saturated and unsaturated oils  - Emulsions    GCSE revision videos and apps from LearnersCloud:  http://www.learnerscloud.com/student/products/gcse-chemistry    To find out more and to start a free trial visit:  http://www.learnerscloud.com/student/home/gcse/gcse-revision

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Primera sesión de repaso de PAU: seleccionando imágenes - Bioquímica - Agua y Sales Minerales - Conceptos de presión osmótica y HOMEOSTASIS. Osmotic pressure; Osmotic Shock

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INFLAMMATION is a common problem for hypothyroid patients! This article explains the causes, labwork, and ways to treat it!!

INFLAMMATION is a common problem for hypothyroid patients! This article explains the causes, labwork, and ways to treat it!

Buchner flask may also be called a vacuum flask, filter flask, side-arm flask, or Kitasato flask. It is a thick-walled Erlenmeyer flask that has a short glass tube and hose barb on its neck.

Buchner flask may also be called a vacuum flask, filter flask, side-arm flask, or Kitasato flask. It is a thick-walled Erlenmeyer flask that has a short glass tube and hose barb on its neck.

When two immiscible liquids are placed in a separatory funnel, two layers are seen. The denser solvent will be the bottom layer. Most halogenated solvents are denser than water, most non-halogenated solvents are less dense than water. If you are not sure which layer is which, add a drop of water and see which layer it joins.

When two immiscible liquids are placed in a separatory funnel, two layers are seen. The denser solvent will be the bottom layer. Most halogenated solvents are denser than water, most non-halogenated solvents are less dense than water. If you are not sure which layer is which, add a drop of water and see which layer it joins.

Column chromatography for beginners.   First, look after an immobile phase (usually silica or alumina) what was tested before with the correct eluent (mixture of 2 or more organic solvent). If the mixture of compounds separate with this mixture on a TLC (thin layer chromatography) what is made from the same immobile phase it will hopefully work on a larger scale also.

Column chromatography for beginners. First, look after an immobile phase (usually silica or alumina) what was tested before with the correct eluent (mixture of 2 or more organic solvent).

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