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MILK LAB

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alysia roberts

on 22 September 2014

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Transcript of MILK LAB

Method:
During the biology portion of our lab, we separated the 3 bio macromolecules of milk; fats, proteins and carbohydrates. We used acetone as the acid solution
MILK LAB
Alysia Roberts
Joesph Russo
Jerome Mangubat

Introduction:

For most people,milk is a necessary part of one's everyday life. Milk is known to be a healthy drink for its abundance in proteins, lipids and minerals. Most people don't know that milk is an emulsion consisting of water and a number of small, insoluble particles. Milk also consists of a variety of proteins, fats and vitamins that are hydrophobic.We wanted to know if fat free milk was truly fat free. To answer this question, we seperated fat free milk biochemically into its macromolecules, the proteins and fats.
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