Breathable Chocolate

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Breathable Chocolate
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This little contraption is designed to deliver the taste of chocolate in particle form. If you put the applicator in your mouth and suck, your mouth is then filled with the sweet taste of chocolate. Each inhalation contains 40-80mg of chocolate and is in essence an intense chocolate air containing particles small enough to travel through the air and onto your tongue, but big enough not to enter into your lungs. Developed by biomedical engineer Dr David Edwards at Harvard University, the technology is being adapted to make an inhalable tuberculosis vaccine through non-profit organisation Medicine in Need.

Sample ID: 948

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State
Gas | Solid
Compound
Maker
Dr David A Edwards
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Categories
Vegetable
Curiosities
Edible
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Powder | Particles | Edible | Food | Chocolate | Air

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