egg shells are alike teeth because they have the same calcium salts, calcium keeps the teeth healthy and strong, teeth also contain calcium carbonate, and proteins, also sea shells, bones, and coral skeletons have the samecalcium as our teeth :P
Calcium is a comman component in both of these.Answercalcium is the answer. it keeps the teeth and the eggshells healthy and strong AnswerBoth teeth and eggshells contain calcium carbonate, and proteins. By the way so do bones, coral skeletons and shells.
they are very similar
No. Teeth are bones. Bones are not made out of eggshells.
Eggshells or shells
they both have a calcium called carbornate
You can use eggshells or shells
Eggshells are a good substitute for teeth, because there both made up of similar stones like material that is made up of calcium. Eggshells are calcium carbonate, and teeth enamel is calcium phosphate. Which make both them composites, because they are both not pure calcium.
chicken bones are made up of calcium. my question is whether or not they can relate to eggshells and humans teeth
Eggshells have calcium and Pepsi can remove the calcium when eggshells soak in the soda. The Pepsi has phosphoric acid which is the effect that breaks down the calcium of the eggshells.
Eggshells like teeth have a lot of calcium in them. If some substance erodes away an eggsheel, then it can have a bad effect on tooth enamel as well.
They can. Pouring vinegar down a drain clogged with eggshells should unclog it as the vinegar dissolves the eggshells.
its true cos she smells like eggshells!!!!!!!!! its true cos she smells like eggshells!!!!!!!!!
Yes, eggshells do have a smell if you leave it out for a certain time.
Eggshells are dissolved in acidic solutions.
Walking on Eggshells was created on 2004-10-25.
no it dose not if you are asking this you are wierd
Eggshells are missionary intributed.
Eggshells are high in calcium, which is corroded away by the acid.
Most eggshells contain calcium carbonate, wit h the formula CaCO3.
It's walking on eggshells. The idea is that you're trying not to break them.
Yes, because eggshells (crashed) are good for acid soils and contain calcium.
physical water and eggshells do not chemically bond