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What is a 'soluble gum'?
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Why does food taste different after chewing gum?
Is it true that bubble gum digests for seven years in the stomach or is that an old wive's tale?
Why does the mass of gum change when chewed?
Asked in Elements and Compounds
Is polyvinyl acetate soluble in water?
No, Polyvinyl Acetate (PVAC) is not soluble in water. Polyvinyl Acetate (pVAC) is an organic chemical and made from polymerization from monomers. It is soluble in Unsaturated Polyesters (UP) Resins. Polyvinyl Acetate (PVAC) is one of the key element in Gumbase for Chewing Gum, Oxylite. After Chewing, the remaining in your mouth is SBR and PVAC. It's adhesive.
Asked in Arabic Language and Culture
Is gum Arabic good for you?
Asked in Cakes
How can you use gum Arabic in baking a sponge cake?
Asked in Chewing Gum
Which gum loses its flavor fastest sour gum or regular gum?
Asked in Vitamins and Supplements, Biochemistry
Are catecholamines water soluble or lipid soluble?
What is the gum make of?
Chewing gum is a type of confection traditionally made of chicle, a natural latex product, or synthetic rubber. For reasons of economy and quality, many modern chewing gums use rubber instead of chicle. Chicle is nonetheless still the base of choice for some regional markets, such as in Japan. Chewing gum is a combination of a water-insoluble phase, known as gum base, and a water-soluble phase of sweeteners, flavouring and sometimes food colouring.