Gather up the materials you will need in order to bake the cake. These can include pans, parchment paper, measuring cups and spoons, bowls, cooling racks, and an electric mixer. It will also include your ingredients, such as flour, sugar, eggs, and oil. Keep in mind that these are just the basics. Fancier cakes can require more specialized ingredients.
If I use yeast in baking bread, than it will rise better than baking powder. Louis Pasteur discovered how yeast works in 1859. Yeast feeds on the starches in flour, producing a gas called carbon dioxide. The carbon dioxide then grows the gluten proteins in the flour. Gluten is responsible for the elasticity of kneeded dough.
Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to determine the quantities of the impurities of the baking soda produced by the Athenium Baking Soda Company and also identify the salts present in the baking soda sample. Introduction: NaHCO3, sodium bicarbonate or even sodium hydrogen carbonate, are many different names for a common item, baking soda. Baking soda are has many different uses, most of them involving cleaning household items. It does have other uses such as a hygiene product. There are several different ways to create baking soda, but the Athenium Baking Soda Company chose to make baking soda by reacting ammonium hydrogen carbonate with a highly concentrated aqueous solution of NaCl or brine.
Background Information: Baking soda (NaHCO3) constitutes a compound that has numerous practical and economical uses. NaHCO3 is used in fire extinguishers, household cleaners, fruit cleaner, heavy duty dish cleanser, hand and face wash, tooth and denture cleaner, for cooking and for acid indigestion. The wondrous applicability of baking soda is that it can be created by using a number of methods. The Athenium Baking Soda Company has decided to make baking soda using the method of reacting crystalline ammonium hydrogen carbonate with brine, which is “salt water with a high concentration of sodium chloride, as well as potassium chloride, lithium chloride, and calcium chloride.” NH4HCO3(s) + NaCl(aq) NaHCO3(aq) + NH4Cl(aq) Ammonium hydrogen carbonate + Brine Baking soda + Ammonium chloride When the baking soda is dried and filtered, there may be contaminants present in the residue, such as KCl, LiCl, and CaCl2. To analyze the purity composition in their baking soda, as well as the quality of workmanship, structural flaws, composition, and longevity, the Athenium Baking Soda Company has hired our team.
The first of these is the temperature of the certain ingredient. The temperature determines the rate of gelatinisation, as the speed of heat affects the speed of gelatinisation, the closer to boiling point the faster the starch granules begin to absorb the moisture and therefore increases the likeliness of the starch grains to start swelling, bumping into each other and bursting, releasing starch molecules into the liquid. The example of this is the heating of the hokkien noddles in creating the Honey chicken Stir Fry. The temperature of allowing gelatinisation to occur had to high enough to ensure that the mixture will simmer; in order for the hokkien noddles to reach gelatinisation
Quality Control for the Athenium Baking Soda Company: OBJECTIVE: Calculate the purity of baking soda produced by the Athenian Baking Soda Company and classify the chemical nature of the impurities present in the baking soda sample. INTRODUCTION: The purpose of the experiment is to find out the pureness of Athenium Baking Soda Company's baking soda and recognize the impurities present in the baking soda sample. Baking soda is the common name for sodium hydrogen carbonate or sodium bicarbonate, NaHCO3. It is a safer and more environmentally friendly alternative to commonly-used products because it is an economical, natural compound. It can be found in many products such as toothpaste, heavy-duty dish cleanser, hand and face wash, fire extinguisher, household cleanser, deodorizer, for cooking, and for acid indigestion.
However, what is the best way to perform these quality control test and what two tests can be performed that will determine the concentration of baking soda is in the solution and what contaminates are in the solution? Quality control consist of periodic inspections designed to maintain quality during the manufacturing process. A quality control test can determine what type of contaminates are in the baking soda. Depending on the results of the quality control test the manufacturing process may be influenced for future batches. In this experiment we will determine the percent composition of the NaHCO_3 and the contaminates in the solution.
Baking Soda Quality Control Experiment Date 01/19/2014 Introduction The Athenum Baking Soda Company has recently decided to start producing baking soda from one of several methods; although, the process which they have chosen could lead to impurities within the product. Our group has been given the opportunity to provide quality control for the Athenum Baking Soda Company and insure they will have the best product for market. Athenum has chosen to react crystalline ammonium hydrogen carbonate with a brine to separate the ions in solution; this process is shown by this chemical reaction NH4HCO3 (s) + NaCl(aq) = NaHCO3(aq) + NH4Cl(aq). The brine solution is highly concentrated with a sodium chloride, though it is known to contain impurities such as calcium chloride, lithium chloride, and potassium chloride. There are several options in which quality control can be insured; however our group has elected to utilize emissions analysis, thermal gravimetric analysis, and a titration to determine the purity of NaHCO3 and what impurities, if any, exist.
Krispy Kreme sells doughnuts that are best known for their glazed flavor. Their doughnuts are sold in supermarkets, grocery stores and gas stations. Most stores are built with short window which enable customers to see fresh hot doughnuts in the making produced by a factory machine. The machine which produces these heavenly treats known as Krispy Kreme doughnuts begin as follows. Rings of dough are raised into yeast balls which are then baked, deep fried, flipped and lastly glazed for perfection.
Why do sugar cubes dissolve in water? Sugar dissolves in water because water has powerful molecules that move faster and the energy enables them to break the bonds holding the sugar together. The energy is also available and breaks the hydrogen bonds that hold the water. Does temperature effect dissolving? The increase in the temperature will affect the rate of dissolving by speeding up the process.