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What elements are in milk?


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2011-08-18 07:35:40
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The major elements of milk are Hydrogen (H), Oxygen (O) [milk is mostly water H2O] the minerals in milk which make it a good food for growing mammals include Calcium (Ca) and Phosphorus (P). Milk also contains the elements Magnesium (Mg), Iron (Fe), Molybdenum (Mo), Manganese(Mn), Copper (Cu), Carbon (C).


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The major elements of milk are Calcium (Ca) and Phosphorus (P). Milk also contains the elements Magnesium (Mg), Iron (Fe), Molybdenum (Mo), Manganese(Mn) and Copper (Cu). Did I help? :D

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All elements are pure substances. Milk is a mixture of organic compounds and water and is therefore its component elements are mainly Hydrogen, Oxygen and Carbon there are also trace amounts of calcium and other elements needed by a growing baby. This means that the majority of the elements on the periodic table are not present (lacking) in milk.

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Calcium and phosphorus are the two major elements found in milk.

Magnesium, hydrogen, and oxygen.

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water freezes faster than milk because it has less elements.

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Milk contain organic compounds and water, having hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, nitrogen.

Since milk is mostly water, it is mostly made up of the elements hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O). Some of the other elements that milk contains are calcium (Ca), phosphorus (P), iron (Fe), magnesium (Mg), copper (Cu), carbon (C), molybdenum (Mo), and manganese (Mn).

Milk is a mixture. It contains several different compounds, and those compounds are made up of many different elements.

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heavy cream,whole milk,sugar,vanilla

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because when you make milk you don't get it from a cow then package it you have to add stuff to it

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