Talk:You are what you eat: pH in Food
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|Lot's of pictures!||2||22:04, 12 April 2009|
|Example figure||0||00:36, 8 April 2009|
|First Figure||1||00:32, 8 April 2009|
|Changes needed||0||03:39, 6 April 2009|
|Reason for move||0||04:06, 20 February 2009|
Hi again; this is much improved; in addition to the suggestions earlier, please number the figures 1, 2..... etc. Include the handout as a numbered figure (but not part of a gallery.
Last edit: 22:04, 12 April 2009
I have tried to create a gallery for the second time already and I can't seem to get it to work, even with the instructions. Is it possible for you to help me next lab class, or will that be to late? Thanks- Emily
just copy and paste the gallery syntax into your edited page and save. You'll get a gallery of pictures. Then replace each picture name with your own and replace the captions.
Wrong pH strips unfortunately. You can photograph the right ones in the AM.
Affect/effect issues[edit | edit source]
I fixed these (see history). In general, use affect as a verb, effect as a noun.
Materials[edit | edit source]
provide a hotlink from the materials list to the handout
PH Vs pH[edit | edit source]
This matters. You are discussing concentration of H+ ions, and H symbolizes this. It is customary to use pH rather than PH. Please fix throughout.
Spelling[edit | edit source]
Reflections and citations[edit | edit source]
These sections should be completed
Handout format[edit | edit source]
You need pictures[edit | edit source]
None of the images you link to actually exist on the wiki. You need to upload them.
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You need to be explicit here about the health implications. What specific implications are you looking for?