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    so i've been looking at the past papers and prac all of them have a middle q where you have to interpret or describe an experiment! *crying*
    I don't have notes on any the book just states the method it doesnt give any results or reasons etc! how much detail do you think we need to know for each of the experiments? should i learn stuff like dye factor equations or do u think they will give them to us?
    god this exam tomorrow is going to be a joke! i think im going to give up in an hour or two, focus on unit 4 and try and blag the food sci tomorrow! chemistry is stressssful!!!
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    http://www.ieg.ee/keith/docs/keskkoolKEEMIA/FOODSCI.htm

    its not in much detail, but it mite help a bit. good luck
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    i think my teach said tht sds sedimentation, browning, n milk curds were all pretty likely to come up and the cabbage
 
 
 
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