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15.04.2009 – 11:20

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BASF Podcast: The Chemical Reporter - Why do you wince when you bite into a lemon?

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If someone is brave enough to bite into a
lemon, then you can instantly tell from their expression that it 
wasn't exactly a pleasant experience. There's a reason why we can 
perceive the taste of sour. If something is too acidic, then it sends
a signal to the brain. In entertaining episodes our Chemical Reporter
answers questions of our Podcast listeners on Chemistry in our 
everyday life.
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