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In the preparation of a 3-1 solution, what is the order of adding the ingredients to eliminate the possibility of the emulsion of “oilingout”?

A 2. Fats, amino acids, dextrose

There are three possible methods of preparing a 3-1 solution: In method 1, amino acids and dextrose are mixed first. Fat emulsion is added next followed by the additives. In method 2, amino acids are added to the fat emulsion. Dextrose is added next followed by the additives. In method 3, dextrose, amino acids, and fat emulsion are added simultaneously while swirling and mixing. Additives are incorporated last.

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2 years ago

I have ptcb practices & this type of math is on none of the real practices from the past few years for the ptcb.. Summing up totals? Wasting my time since I see these are not on the actual test why waste my time.

Trillium Forest

2 years ago

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janet Dowdy

2 years ago

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