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Chemists routinely use equipment like rotary evaporators, centrifuges, and ultrasonicators to extract, separate, and mix various chemicals in the lab. But, the same equipment can also be used to prepare unique and tasty drinks. Why settle for ordinary? Classic beverages are getting a makeover thanks to the creative use of modern technology. Here are a few examples. By the way, StumbleUpon can also recommend some good Techdirt articles, too.
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Filed Under: beverages, chemistry equipment, drinks, food, molecular gastronomy, vending machines
Companies: coca-cola, pepsi

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    Al Bert (profile), 18 Feb 2012 @ 11:33am

    Re: Re: Fahrenheit!? Pah!

    Come now, surely we can come to a compromise!
    What we need here is Rankine for absolute measurement and compatibility with Fahrenheit scale.

    But i guess it's not that complicated.
    How about using the Delisle scale instead?

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