Citric Acid

Zoe and Matthew

C6H8O7

Citric acid is used in, various candies, Soda, and is also known as the "Sour Salt". It is also found naturally in plants, animals, and citrus fruits. Citric Acid is used in foods as a preservative, and adds texture to processed cheese. Soybeans, rice, and and wheat.

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A chemical formula does not function properly without specific things. A particle is the smallest piece of matter. A chemical formula is measured in particles. Three particles join to make a atom. Multiple atoms combined create a molecule. A molecule is the largest part of an element. Specific elements make various substances. A chemical formula represents substances. Without any of these things a chemical formula would not be formed.

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