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Chemistry In Focus

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Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305084476
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Chemistry In Focus

6th Edition
Tro + 3 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305084476

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Chapter 18, Problem 67E
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A person eats 2000 Cal/day and burns 2200 Cal/day. How long will it take for the person to lose 5 lb?

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Chapter 18 Solutions

Chemistry In Focus
Ch. 18 - Define monosaccharide, disaccharide, and...Ch. 18 - Draw the structures of glucose and sucrose.Ch. 18 - What happens to carbohydrates during digestion?Ch. 18 - Describe the condition known as lactose...Ch. 18 - Both starch and fiber are polysaccharides with...Ch. 18 - Although fiber has no caloric content, it still...Ch. 18 - In a healthy diet, what percentage of total...Ch. 18 - What are proteins, and what functions do they...Ch. 18 - Explain how proteins are digested.Ch. 18 - What kinds of foods are rich in proteins?Ch. 18 - What are complete proteins? How can vegetarians...Ch. 18 - What are fats and oils? What kinds of foods are...Ch. 18 - What are the chemical and physical differences...Ch. 18 - What are lipoproteins?Ch. 18 - Why are high blood cholesterol levels dangerous?Ch. 18 - Explain the difference between blood cholesterol...Ch. 18 - In a healthy diet, what percentage of total...Ch. 18 - How does the first law of thermodynamics relate to...Ch. 18 - Explain the differences in caloric content between...Ch. 18 - What is basal metabolism? How much energy does it...Ch. 18 - Why does the body use fat as long-term energy...Ch. 18 - What are vitamins?Ch. 18 - What are the fat-soluble and water-soluble...Ch. 18 - For each of the fat-soluble vitamins, explain its...Ch. 18 - What is the role of vitamin C in the body? What...Ch. 18 - List the B complex vitamins.Ch. 18 - What are the roles of the B complex vitamins? What...Ch. 18 - What are nutritional minerals?Ch. 18 - For Ca, P, I, Fe, and Zn, list the minerals role...Ch. 18 - What is the role of sodium in the body? What are...Ch. 18 - What are the roles of potassium and magnesium in...Ch. 18 - What are the roles of selenium, chromium, and...Ch. 18 - Why are additives often added to food? What...Ch. 18 - What is the GRAS list?Ch. 18 - List several antimicrobial agents, and explain...Ch. 18 - List three antioxidants, and explain their...Ch. 18 - What are the roles of sulfites and EDTA in food?Ch. 18 - What are the roles of artificial colors in foods?...Ch. 18 - List some artificial flavors and flavor enhancers...Ch. 18 - What are the roles of humectants, anticaking...Ch. 18 - What are the primary nutrients for plants?Ch. 18 - Why do plants need nitrogen? Why are plants unable...Ch. 18 - What industrial process is used to fix nitrogen?Ch. 18 - In what form do plants usually absorb phosphorus?Ch. 18 - What are the secondary nutrients and the...Ch. 18 - Why were the chlorinated hydrocarbons hailed as...Ch. 18 - Describe bioamplification.Ch. 18 - How do modern insecticides differ from their...Ch. 18 - What is the difference between broad-spectrum and...Ch. 18 - What is Agent Orange? How was it used? Why was its...Ch. 18 - List some modern herbicides and their uses.Ch. 18 - How many calories per day are used in basal...Ch. 18 - Calculate the number of calories you burn per day...Ch. 18 - If a person who expends 2200 Cal/day wants to lose...Ch. 18 - If a person who expends 2800 Cal/day wants to lose...Ch. 18 - Determine the percentage of calories from fat for...Ch. 18 - Determine the percentage of calories from fat for...Ch. 18 - Calculate the number of calories burned per day...Ch. 18 - Calculate the total number of calories you burn...Ch. 18 - Use your answer to problem 63 to calculate your...Ch. 18 - Use your answer to problem 63 to calculate your...Ch. 18 - A person who burns 2450 Cal/day eats 2625 Cal/day....Ch. 18 - A person eats 2000 Cal/day and burns 2200 Cal/day....Ch. 18 - As a person gains weight, the amount of energy...Ch. 18 - How many extra calories does it take per day to...Ch. 18 - The DRI for vitamin D in young adults is 5 g/day....Ch. 18 - The DRI for vitamin D in young adults is 10 g/day....Ch. 18 - Vegetarians avoid meats for a number of reasons,...Ch. 18 - The selling of vitamins has become a major...Ch. 18 - What is ironic about health food stores that often...Ch. 18 - DDT was used for years and saved many lives by...Ch. 18 - 76. Space-filling diagrams for the structures of...

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