Gelatin does not occur "free" in nature. It has to be made or manufactured. However, it is a natural ingredient, in that it derived from natural ingredients and has no additives. Nowadays, it is made mainly from beef bones and hides and pork skin, which contain protein collagen, the essential ingredient required for the production of gelatine. It is a lengthy process in which extraneous substances, such as minerals, fats and albuminoids are removed by chemical and physical treatment to give a purified collagen. It involves several cleansing and purification steps and is finally dried in an air chamber, then processed into the end product (sheets, granules, powder) Gelatin is pretty much a bad thing- it is found in marshmallow, sour cream, jello, pudding, and many other places. It is made from animal fats left over after they slaughter it :( the jello factory
Well, Jello is used in Jello shooters, but that is not specifically teens who make and drink Jello shooters. Jello is the most abused drug by teens and most deaths come from Jello.
mt favorite flavor is earthier grape cheery or watermelon. Really feed me any flavor and i will eat it. Well all except lemon, lime, or orange.
The duration that Jello will take to last depends with a number of factors. These factors are the storage method, the type of packaging used, and the type of jello.
For this to work you would need a cuboid shaped block of jello, with as flat a surface as possible and no impurities within it.
Using a light source with a very narrow beam, (Ray box or preferably a Laser pointer, i suppose you would need one of a color that would show up in the jello) shine it at an angle from the normal (a line perpendicular to the plane the light is shining on) and measuring the angle of the incident beam (i) and then the angle of the beam as it has been refracted within it (r).
Then calculate: sin i/sin r this will give you the refractive index.
The speed of light within Jello= (1/refractive index of jello)x c (speed of light)