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Popcorn Chemical Reaction

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sanai rochon

on 21 September 2015

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Transcript of Popcorn Chemical Reaction

Popcorn Kernal Chemical Reaction
By:Sanai Rochon

How was it used when it was originally invented? How is it used today ?
When popcorn was first discovered People used it for there decorations. Such as head ornaments and necklaces. later aztecs discovered it was edible. today we can do many things with it we can still decorate, heat it up in the microwave, or hit up on the stove etc.
How has this product impacted society in a positive way ?
I think this impacted society in a positive way because people now have a easy way to decorate for Christmas or just have a snack for the day
What is your artifact (product)?
Popcorn Kernel
The purpose of popcorn is so people can have a sweet,salty,and sometimes healthy easily made snack to satisfy their cravings.
What are some of the innovations that this product has undergone since its original invention? 9include the date of the innovation)
Some innovations are traditional seasoned hot-air popped pop corn, all-natural etc.
Wich of these areas of technology best classifies the artifact?
Environmental
Who was the original inventor (who owns the patent) and when was your product invented?
Popcorn kernels are natural so no one invented them but the first "pop" did't appear until the 1820s , when it was sold throughout the eastern United States under the names Pearl or Nonpareil.
What is the purpose of your artifact?
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