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Chemistry Now

is an online video series that explains the science of common foods and objects -- water, cheese, bread, chocolate, flowers, nylon, artificial sweeteners, and more. (National Science Foundation)

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Interesting Fact:

Watch a video that focuses on chemical bonds by profiling eugenol and isoeugenol, two molecules with identical molecular structures except for the placement of one double bond -- a difference that makes eugenol responsible for the flavor and aroma of cloves, and isoeugenol responsible for the taste and smell of nutmeg.
The chemistry in cooking meat

Cheeseburger chemistry


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