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    Coca Cola and Milk Experiment

    The reaction of phosphoric acid (to proteins in the milk - they are cut and causes a precipitateThe reaction of phosphoric acid with calcium contained in milk gives rise to a precipitate3Ca + 2H3PO4 ///\\\ Ca3(PO4)2 + 3H2----------------------------------------­­-----------------------------------If you like video please "Like" and "Share" Watch my other videos: Visit my Site: ----------------------------------------­­-----------------------------------It is a reaction of the Phosphoric Acid contained in the coca cola to the milk. Phosphoric Acid molecules attach to the milk giving them more density and separate out while the remaining liquid that makes up the milk and cocoa cola now being lighter floats on top. The solid matter is basically milk that has been curdled by the addition of the more acidic soda.


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    L&T Urgent Recruitment for 6,000 vacencys all over India

    About company : Larsen & Toubro Limited, also known as L&is an Indian multinational conglomerate headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It was founded by Danish engineers taking refuge in India, as well as an Indian financing partner. The company has business interests in engineering, construction, manufacturing goods, information technology, and financial services, and also has an office in the Middle East and other parts of Asia.


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    Google Play Newsstand updated with Handoff support and offline reading of bookmarks -- AppAdvice

    Google has just released a newsworthy update to Google Play Newsstand. Originally called Google Currents, the Flipboard-like social magazine app was updated to version 3.0 in September with its current name, in line with Google's use of the name of its digital content distribution platform, Google Play. Google Play Newsstand 3.0 also introduced a gorgeous new design with a new navigation scheme for accessing articles, topics, and subscriptions of digital editions of magazines.


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    Funny Animals Cartoons Compilation Just for Kids, Babies, Toddlers!!!

    Funny Animals Cartoons Compilation Just for Kids, Babies, Toddlers is a fun compilation of the Gazoon family with an elephant, serpent, ostrich and many more friends. So come watch this video and laugh out loud.


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    Come : Make In india

    GANDHINAGAR: Wooing global investors, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today promised to make India the "easiest" destination to do business with a stable tax regime and a predictable, transparent and fair policy environment.

    Pushing his pet theme of manufacturing to boost economic growth and create jobs, he said a single window clearance for projects is being set up at both central and state level.

    Stating that the atmosphere of "despair ..

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    After Modi's Make in India, UK launches Great Collaborations

    Drawing on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Make in India call, the United Kingdom on Saturday announced a campaign to forge collaborations with Indian companies.

    The programme called 'Great Collaborations' will seek greater cooperation between the companies based in India and the UK on a range of sectors, an offical statement of the British High Commission said.

    "In response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call to the world to make in India, the UK is launching a campaign to celebrate and inspire Great Collaborations between the UK and India," it said.


    The campaign will over the time showcase and promote areas of collaboration that benefit both counties across a range of sectors such as energy, healthcare, advanced manufacturing, financial service and infrastructure, it said.

    "The first showcase of 'Great Collaboration' is the partnership between UK's BP plc (BP Petroleum Company) and India's Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) in developing and producing energy," added the statement.

    Following an initial investment by BP of over seven billion dollar in 2011, BP and RIL plan to invest over 1.5 billion dollar in deep-water exploration and production by 2016 with approximately 50 per cent spent to date, it said.

    Subject to regulatory decisions, RIL and BP are keen to progress additional investments of around 10 billion dollar to produce three to four trillion cubic feet of gas from new fields in their K6 D6 deep-water block, the statement said.

    The UK Embassy has also quoted British and Indian Prime Ministers appreciating the financial ties between the countries.

    "I am proud of the depth and breadth of the UK's links with India. British companies such as Standard Chartered, GSK, Hindustan Unilever, BP and Vodafone have been making in India for decades. And companies such as Tata, Mahindra and CIPLA are operating in the UK and India for decades, benefiting both of our countries," British Prime Minister David Cameron was quoted as saying in the statement.

    "Through this campaign we want to inspire and showcase more such great collaborations across all the sectors we work together on. It underlines our support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Make in India' campaign and celebrate India and Britain making great things together," Cameron added.

    "I am pleased that British industry, supported by its government, is responding enthusiastically to our call for 'Make in India'," Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in the release.

    "UK has been one of our strongest economic partners and a leading investor in India. UK is known for its strength in technology and innovation. India offers vast opportunities through its markets, skilled human resources, competitive economic environment and location. Our businesses also operate in the familiar context of democratic polity, rule of law, languages and management practices," Modi said.

    "This creates an unbeatable combination to forge successful partnerships that can bring immense benefits to both countries. India's new investment climate will, I hope, attract an even greater number of British businesses to set up manufacturing bases in India," he said.

    British Minister of State for Trade and Investment Lord Livingston said here today that the major industrial collaboration between the UK and India will be set up through the programme.

    Modi and Cameron are encouraging the financial ties between the two countries. UK's BP and India's RIL are going to make investment under Modi's 'Make in India' call, the minister said.


    source: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/pm-modi-make-in-india-uk-launches-great-collaborations-indian-companies-bp-reliance/1/412610.html


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