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Carl Roth GmbH + Co. KG, Germany

Carl Roth, the expert consultation for labware, life science and chemicals for more than 140 years. With around 30,000 articles available and a round-the-clock delivery service within Germany, we are the partner that research, scientific and technical laboratories can rely on. Furthermore, we devel more

IHC - I.H. Chempharm GmbH, Germany

Based on more than 18 years experience with Far East IHC was founded in 1992 to serve the needs of different Industrial Branches. Our office in China and the Phillippines is keeping strongest contact to local manufacturers. We are certified DIN ISO 9001:2008 GMP+B3 more

TCI Deutschland GmbH, Germany

TCI Europe N.V. is the European head office of Tokyo Chemical Industry Co., Ltd., a leading Japanese manufacturer of specialised and bulk chemicals. The product portfolio contains more than 22000 products including several thousand products unique to TCI. The majority of these chemicals are manufact more

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LC Analyses without the Unpredictability of Analyte Losses due to Metal Interactions

Less analyte losses due to metal interactions ✓ No time-consuming system- and column passivation ✓ Highest sensitivity, reproducibility and more stability ✓ more

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Do Vitamin Supplements Really Work?

You’ve seen them in late night commercials and at your local pharmacy—little pills that claim to cure your cold, help you wake up or maybe help you lose weight. Vitamin and mineral supplements are everywhere and generate billions of dollars in revenue in the U.S. each year. But do they really work? more

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The Chemical Structures of Vitamins

Currently, there are 13 recognised vitamins: vitamins A to E, including a range of B vitamins, and vitamin K. Generally, we can stick all of the vitamins into two broad categories. The fat soluble vitamins, vitamins A, D E, and K, can be stored by our bodies in the liver or in fatty tissues. They ar more

The Chemistry of Eggs & Egg Shells

As the chemistry of chocolate is a topic that’s been pretty much exhausted on the site (see here, here, here, here, and here), for the Easter weekend we’re instead homing in on the ‘egg’ side of Easter Eggs. For such a simple staple of the kitchen, the chemistry of eggs is surprisingly complex. Here more

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q&more articles Vitamins

  • Vitamin D in plants

    A vitamin is defined as an organic molecule essential for health. Indeed, vitamin D has been associated with bone health and with immune-related effects, however a vitamin D deficiency has been associated with chronic diseases and mortality [1]. more

Authors Vitamins

  • Prof. Dr. Caroline Stokes

    Caroline Stokes, born in 1978, previously worked as a researcher at the Medical Research Council, Human Nutrition Research in Cambridge, England, and for the British National Health Service. She obtained her PhD from the Medical Faculty of Saarland University, where she subsequently qualified as a p more

Definition

Vitamin

Vitamin of Vitamin A ) A vitamin is a nutrient that is an organic compound required in tiny amounts for essential metabolic reactions in a living organism.Kutsky, R.J. (1973). Handbook of Vitamins and Hormones. New York:Van Nostrand Reinhold. ... more

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