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A man made a genius ingredient label for popular fruits and revealed why the term 'chemical-free' is meaningless

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Ingredients of an All-Natural Pineapple ENGLISH

Ingredients of an All-Natural Pineapple

James Kennedy - Ingredients of an all natural Pineapple (Ananas)

I enjoyed reading the discussion that last week's Artificial vs Natural Peach spawned on Tumblr and Facebook. People discussed the meaning of "natural" versus "domesticated", and debated whether hu...

Ingredients of An All-Natural Peach

It’s cherry season in the UK, and the cherry trees are currently heaving under the weight of both sweet and sour cherries. Here we take a look at the chemical differences between the two, and…

Andy Brunning, a high school chemistry teacher in the U.K., makes beautiful infographics on everyday chemistry on his blog - Compound Interest - http://www.compoundchem.com/

Chemist With Visual Flair Answers Burning Food Science Questions

ingredients of a Lemon ENGLISH jameskennedymonash.wordpress.com chemistry infographic

Ingredients of an All-Natural Lemon

Artificial vs Natural Watermelon

Artificial vs Natural Watermelon & Sweetcorn

The Gray Hair Gene: Unlocking the Secrets of Gray Hair Standout Health

The Gray Hair Gene: Unlocking the Secrets of Gray Hair

The Science of Getting Old Infographic. In the cell-division process, telomeres keep DNA and RNA from becoming damaged. If you’re in your chances are you’re getting grey hair. This is due to the (Grey Hair Tips)

The Chemical Compounds Behind The Smell Of Rain

The Chemical Compounds Behind The Smell Of Rain

I can definitely recognize a distinct smell after it rains. The third graphic in the ‘Aroma Chemistry’ series looks at the chemical compounds that cause the smells before and after rain.

James Kennedy, a high school chemistry teacher in Australia, created posters showing the compounds in fruits and other natural foods to illu...

Bananas are Chemicals, Too

Bananas are chemicals too.James Kennedy, a high school chemistry teacher in Australia, created posters showing the compounds in fruits and other natural foods to illu.

More about eggs -- by 2015, global egg consumption is expected to reach more than 1.5 TRILLION! #infographic

Amazing and Interesting Egg Facts (Infographic)

Egg facts infographic provides a look at global egg consumption habits along with tidbits about eggshell color and how to tell if your eggs are fresh.

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With it being Pancake Day tomorrow, it seemed like a good time to look at the chemistry of the humble lemon, and the compounds that give it its sour taste. Of course, citric acid is already well kn…

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This sheet gives the formulas for the Gas Laws. - [Cluster Statement] - Use polynomial identities to solve problems - Prove polynomial identities and use them to describe numerical relationships.

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