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 What is Gycolic Acid?

Answer Glycolic acid is primarily used in facial skin care treatments, being derived from the alpha hydroxy branch of natural acids. These acids, found in wine, fruit, milk and plants have been used for c... Read More »
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Is GC tooth mousse safe for regular use since it contains phosphoric acid. would the acid corrode your teeth?

It is safe; don't contain phosphoric acid but some phosphates.
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Is carbon dioxide released in fermentation of pyruvic acid to lactic acid?

In lactic acid fermentation, the pyruvic acid molecules produced from glucose by glycolysis is converted into lactic acid without production of carbon dioxide. By contrast, alcohol fermentation pro... Read More »
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Does Citric Acid or Tannic Acid Clean Pennies Best?

Cleaning pennies with citric acid is a popular method to revitalize tarnished coins. The acid works by dissolving the tarnish that is actually copper oxide, which then allows the natural shine of t... Read More »
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What Happens to Pyruvic Acid Before Entering the Citric Acid Cycle?

Glycolysis is a series of reactions that result in the breakdown of the sugar glucose and is part of the cellular respiration process; whereby glucose is ultimately converted into usable forms of e... Read More »
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