Lemon and Lime Juice

What kind of acid is lemon juice made of?


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2013-07-25 09:59:18
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Lemon juice contains citric acid.

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Lemon juice is made from lemons squeezed to get the juice out. Its actually made up of 5% citric acid and lemons. ps:squeeze hard :)

Lemon juice is acid. Lemonade is just a drink made from it.

A lemon is made of juice pulp rind and acid. A lemon is grown in warmer climates in gardens, single trees or orchards.

lemon juice is the juice of a lemon. vinegar is made of acetic acid and water. then buttermilk was the liquid leftover after butter was done churning, but now its just made by adding lactic acid bacteria culture to the leftover liquid.

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The main acid part of the juice (which is a mixture of frut juices, sugars and acids) is made of Citric Acid.

The acid in lemon juice helps to dissolve the copper-oxide coating made from the penny's copper and the air's oxygen.

Yes. The acid in lemon juice helps to dissolve the copper-oxide coating made from the penny's copper and the air's oxygen.

Lemon juice is made from the juice of the fruit. Lemon extract is a mixture of the lemon peel and alcohol.

No, concentrated lemon juice is about four times as concentrated as regular lemon juice. Therefore one teaspoon of fresh lemon juice is equivalent to 1/4 teaspoon of concentrated lemon juice.

No, because it is made from oil, egg yolks and an acid, (lemon juice / vinegar) and none of these are in the dairy category.

Juice, pulp, and rine.

Lemon juice, sugar and water.

The lemon juice forms an electrolyte, you need to place two electrodes, made from dissimilar metals, into the lemon, to produce an electric current.

It's called a "sour". A whiskey sour has lemon juice, and a rum sour uses lime juice. Amaretto sours use lemon juice and are quite nice.

Lemon juice is a mixture of chemicals so it is not possible to say whether it has covalent or ionic bonds.The citric acid present would have polar covalent bonds. Citric acid releases a small amount of positive hydrogen ions, H+, that give it a nice tang on our tongue when we taste lemon juice.Most of lemon juice is water that also has polar covalent bonds known as hydrogen bonding.There would be dissolved sugars in the form of glucose or fructose that have hydrogen bonding.The rest of the lemon juice is the organic matter from the lemon which has covalent bonds.Salts have ionic bonds and all living things have to have dissolved salts to allow cell mechanisms to function so that means there would be some dissolved salts present in the lemon juice as well.

Lemon juice is made with lemon extract, which comes from real lemons, it is not artificial unless it says so on the packaging. The same stands true for dishwashing liquid.

Lemons contain high doses of vitamin C which, according to a 2007 study published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition by researchers at Arizona State University, could decrease fat deposits and waist circumference. But no matter how hot lemon juice is, lemon juice simply cannot break down fats."A simple lemon water can be made with either fresh squeezed lemon or bottled juice. The balance of juice to water should be prepared by taste. Add honey for desired sweetness.People with a citrus allergy, heartburn, kidney and gall-bladder problems, and children under the age of 4 should not drink lemon juice. Never drink the juice undiluted. The high acid content of lemon juice can damage the enamel of your teeth.

Lemon juice, sugar, and water. Fairly simple. :)

Lemonade is lemon juice mixed with water and sugar.

Mostly avocadoes, but with a little lemon juice and spices.

It's made of several different chemicals.

Apple juice, grape juice, pear juice, orange juice, tangerine juice, natural flavors, ascorbic acid (Vitamin C.), and citric acid.

Try a different brand of Lemon juice. The real lemons in the dish soap helps with the cleaning and smell of the product.

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