Talk:You are what you eat: pH in Food
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|Lot's of pictures!||2||11:04, 13 April 2009|
|Example figure||0||13:36, 8 April 2009|
|First Figure||1||13:32, 8 April 2009|
|Changes needed||0||16:39, 6 April 2009|
|Reason for move||0||17:06, 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: 11:04, 13 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.
I fixed these (see history). In general, use affect as a verb, effect as a noun.
provide a hotlink from the materials list to the handout
PH Vs pH
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.
Reflections and citations
These sections should be completed
You need pictures
None of the images you link to actually exist on the wiki. You need to upload them.
You need to be explicit here about the health implications. What specific implications are you looking for?