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Lactic Acid Chemical Structure
Lactic Acid Chemical Structure. This is the chemical structure of lactic acid. - Todd Helmenstine. This is the chemical structure of lactic acid. Updated August 28 ...
Natural Mosquito Repellents - Chemistry - About.com
You release more lactic acid when you have been exercising or after eating certain foods (e.g., salty foods, high-potassium foods). Floral or Fruity Fragrances.
What Is Fermentation? - Chemistry - About.com
The pyruvate molecules from glucose metabolism (glycolysis) may be fermented into lactic acid. Lactic acid fermentation is used to convert lactose into lactic ...
Lactic acid does more than cause fatigue
May 16, 2014 ... While lactic acid may play a role in fatigue its supposed role in muscle soreness has been disproved and it is now being recognized as more of ...
Lactate Threshold - Lactic Acid Build-up - Sports Medicine - About.com
Jun 11, 2014 ... The lactate threshold, or LT, is a point during exhaustive, all-out exercise at which lactic acid builds up in the blood stream faster than the body ...
Lactic Acid and Performance - Sports Medicine - About.com
Jan 1, 2014 ... Plenty of research has swirled around about lactic acid in recent years and now scientists have debunked many of the myths that lactic impairs ...
What Is Lactic Acid? - Definition - Panic Disorder - About.com
Lactic acid is produced in the muscles when glucose is broken down during strenuous muscular activity. The soreness experienced after prolonged heavy ...
Lactic Acid - Definition of Lactic Acid - Walking - About.com
Definition of lactic acid and lactate for walking: heart rate zone dave mcgovern anaerobic glycolysis anaerobic metabolism aerobic heart.
HIV Lactic Acidosis - AIDS/HIV - About.com
Jun 27, 2014 ... In this energy production, a byproduct called lactic acid is produced. Typically, the lactic acid is processed by the cell and eliminated from the ...
Lactic Acid - Exercise - About.com
May 1, 2014 ... Learn the definition of Lactic Acid from your About Exercise Guide.
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