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  • Because caffeine is a substance used by the young and old in every country and on every continent its effects affect billions. In order to better understand these effects we must examine first where and why caffeine exists. We must observe its impact in nature on animals, plants and the environment that reveal the potential ways in which it can change, even destroy, life. Then, we will look at how it relates specifically to us, at the many pathways it impacts in our bodies once we ingest it, a

    Can caffeine kill? How it impacts animals, plants, and the environment.

    Can caffeine kill? How it impacts animals, plants, and the environment.

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  • Gas is one of the three forms of matter. Every known substance is either a solid, liquid or a gas. These forms differ in the way they fill space and change shape. A gas, such as air has neither a fixed shape nor a fixed volume and has weight.

    The Theories and Behavior of Gas

    The Theories and Behavior of Gas

    by Liwayway Memije-Cruz158

  • Caffeine isn't a simple additive to your morning drink, it is in fact a psychoactive drug. Here is a brief understanding of the course and actions it takes once it enters your system.

    The Course of Caffeine

    The Course of Caffeine

    by Kristina0

  • A hydrate is a compound that absorbs water molecules and incorporates them into its structure. Inorganic, organic, and gas hydrates exist. The latter may become an important energy source.

    What Is a Hydrate (Chemistry)?

    What Is a Hydrate (Chemistry)?

    by Linda Crampton29

  • Chemistry can be a very difficult subject to grasp, but is essential for understanding how the world around us truly works. To truly understand Chemistry, one must start with the basics.

    Chemistry in a Nutshell

    Chemistry in a Nutshell

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  • Recent advancements in the field of food processing and packaging have been focused on improving the quality and product shelf life. Edible packaging film is one such advancements that can meet many of the current problems. This article gives you the basic idea about edible films and coatings.

    Edible Films: Eat Your Food With the Wrappers On!

    Edible Films: Eat Your Food With the Wrappers On!

    by Bhavana0

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